Sunday, April 3, 2011

The Crisis In Black Unemployment

On March 2nd of March, Representative John Conyers of Michigan (D) introduced the Full Employment and Training Bill.  This Bill has major significance for individuals that have been out of work for more than ninety-nine weeks, especially minorities.

The passage is of particular interest to this writer since no one within the Obama Administration chose to introduce the necessary legislation to end the disparity in the national unemployment statistics for Blacks – a glaring disappointment.  The unfortunate truth in the United States is that Blacks are always at the head of the class with regard anything negative in national statistics.

The Urban League has now gone on record in addressing this matter.  The John Conyers’ Bill will, with hoped for support, solve the re-tooling of all of America’s unemployed.

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