Regina Baker's paper, “The Enduring Significance of Ethno-Racial Inequalities in Poverty in the U.S., 1993–2017” was recently published in Population Research and Policy Review.
Per the abstract:
"Ethno-racial inequality in poverty is an enduring but misunderstood problem. Most prior research relies on the flawed official poverty measure, data with underreported income, and models omitting essential predictors. Using the Current Population Survey, we adjust for benefit underreporting and estimate levels and trends in both relative and Supplemental Poverty Measure poverty rates for ethno-racial groups relative to White individuals in the U.S. from 1993 to 2017..."