- "In every income group, blacks are less likely than whites to surpass their parents' family income and more likely to fall down the economic ladder."
- "Only 31 percent of black children born to middle income parents make more than their parents' family income, compared to 68% of white children."
- "Almost half (45%) of black children whose parents were solidly middle income end up falling to the bottom of the income distribution, compared to only 16% of white children."
- "Forty-seven percent of daughters born to parents on the bottom rung stay on the bottom rung, compared to 35% of sons."
*By fun, I mean un-fun.
**And by thrilling, I mean completely disappointing.