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@STisdale1 (Stacy Tisdale) “We also need to learn how to manage financial stress.Blacks experience it at about 3x more than http://others.It  affects behavior. #blackwealthgap” Twitter, 17 Jul. 2018, 

@STisdale1 (Stacy Tisdale) “Income vs wealth. Black households in the US earning $200,000+ or more are the fastest growing income group in the U.S. #blackwealthgap” Twitter, 17 Jul. 2018, 

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