LOS ANGELES — Black men in the United States face near daily discrimination even when they have met financial and educational goals, according to a UCLA-led study released Monday.

The indignities and humiliations Black men regularly endure have long been seen as part and parcel of life in the United States among the Black community, a sort of ‘Black tax’ that takes a heavy toll on physical and mental health, the study authors say.

Researchers who analyzed a national sample of the views of Black men and white men found that Black men of all income levels reported experiencing higher levels of discrimination than their white counterparts.

“Black men face constant experiences of discrimination and disappointment when they try to contribute,” said the study’s co-senior

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