The findings in this report from the National Asset Scorecard for Communities of Color (NASCC)
survey reveal major disparities in wealth accumulation across various racial and ethnic groups in
Los Angeles. Our analysis shows that with respect to types and size of household assets and debt,
there are significant differences across race, ethnicity and ancestral origin. The report explores
what factors are related to wealth accumulation for particular racial and ethnic groups, such as
historical context, local asset markets, and intergenerational wealth transfers. Wealth is the
paramount indicator of economic inequality.