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African-Americans…Even Maxine Waters And The Congressional Black Caucus Feeling Good About Obama’s New Job Plan
This is a good look:
President Barack Obama’s jobs pitch is already playing well with blacks, who had grown plenty irked with him over what they perceived
Hope??? President Obama To Reveal $300 Billion Jobs Package…What Does This Mean For All The Unemployed Black Folks???
With Black unemployment rates at an all-time high, Barack better have some tricks up his sleeve!!!
This isht is getting way out of hand:
The unemployment situation across America is bad, no doubt. But for African-Americans in some cities, this is not the great recession. It’s the Great Depression.
For Discussion: White Folks Have Recovered From Recession, Blacks Still Suffering As Middle Class Declines
The recession has been real for the past few years and unfortunately for people in our community
For Discussion: Congressional Black Caucus Criticizes The Obama Administration’s Failure To Fix African American Unemployment
African-American unemployment is real, and the Congressional Black Caucus is not feelin the way Barry-O is handling the situation:
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Congressional Jack Davis has some interesting ideas about how to help solve black unemployment in Buffalo, NY.
These cities were selected by Black Enterprise (BE) magazine as the top ten places for African Americans in the United States.