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Why Black Americans are less likely to end up with debt relief Boston 25 News [Video]

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In March 2011, a sheriff showed up at Michael Render’s childhood home in Collier Heights — the home where his grandmother had served him biscuits, history, and Black Power. The summons was for a claim that Michael wasn’t paying all the child support for his two children.

A few months after the summons, Michael filed for bankruptcy. He had $2,550 in assets and $78,008 in debt. In addition to the child support issue, he owed tens of thousands of dollars in income taxes on past earnings. Michael never publicly discussed his bankruptcy in detail, though he would say, “I went broke, I failed, I was on my ass.” In the song Ju$t on his 2020 album, he rapped, “I get broke too many times.”

The rapper Killer Mike’s period of personal financial struggles would inform his views on race and money. He knew what it was like to go bankrupt, to …

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