Lottery accused of 'systemic racism' after massive Powerball payout

A CNN piece on Wednesday came with critics slamming the lottery system as a form of systemic racism,

which targets poor black and brown communities across America

The Largest Powerball Jackpot Lottery Ticket Was Recently Sold in Altadena, California

In which one lucky resident won a historic $2.04 billion. Odds were 1 in 292.2 million

Researches told CNN that state lotteries still aggressively market lotteries, despite their extremely low odds of winning.

Written by CNN's Nickel Terry Ellis and Justin Gamble

These communities are disproportionately made up of black and brown people.

According to research, lotteries are a regressive service, with lower-income groups paying a larger portion of their budgets on games than their wealthier counterparts.

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