WRAL's 'State of Inequality' looks at economic differences across NC

Posted March 10
Updated March 30

The half-hour WRAL documentary “State of Inequality” examines the wealth divide between people and places in North Carolina. It profiles someone in the top one-percent and someone living below the poverty line. It looks at their common bonds, different paths and their shared view on the issue of income inequality. The documentary also profiles Wake and Bertie counties and examines why they are on opposite ends of the prosperity scale. “State of Inequality” also explores the effects of wealth disparity and possible solutions to lessen its impact.


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  • Brian McLean Mar 30, 4:49 p.m.
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    Maybe some of you overpaid reporters should are feeling guilty? What does a wral tv anchor make for reading the news? 6 figures?

  • Teddy Fowler Mar 29, 8:35 a.m.
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    This might be interesting... but I always wonder why people are always point out what the rich are making.... I never even think about it..... you can carve out a good life just making average money... but you still got to work hard...