Milwaukee, Wis., lags behind in educating black children, incarcerates the most black men and is ranked one of the worst states to live for African-Americans.
March 5, 2015 It might surprise you that Wisconsin schools hand out suspensions to black students at the highest rate in the country. If so, you've probably never lived in Milwaukee.
About 1 in 8 black men of working age (13 percent) are in state prisons or jails. The national average is 6.7 percent.
April 24, 2013 Wisconsin's incarceration rate for black men is nearly twice the national average, according to a new study.
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