For every dollar of wealth owned by the average white household in the U.S., the average Black household possesses a mere ten cents.It didn't need to be this way. At several historic moments, the trajectory of U.S. racial inequality could have changed dramatically. But at each juncture, the road chosen veered away from a more just and fair America.This audio series from WUNC and Duke University's Sanford School of Public Policy's Ways & Means podcast that responds to the need for Acknowledgement, Redress and Closure (ARC) to remedy historical injustices that have been faced by Black Americans. Many believe we live in a post-racial society, yet economic data suggests otherwise. The series is inspired by the book "From Here To Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the 21st Century," by economist William "Sandy" Darity Jr. and folklorist and arts consultant A. Kirsten Mullen.