Posts tagged "Black Unemployment"

Legendary Black Businessman Ed Gardner To Stage Protest - No Black Workers at Construction Site Monday September 24

87 year Old Edward Gardner, legendary former President of Soft Sheen Products and who Mayor Rahm Emanuel and The City Of Chicago just honored with honorary street sign, threatens to disrupt construction on Monday morning to protest lack of African American participation in construction. WHEN:       Monday, September 24, 2012 WHERE:    Construction site at 2210 West... Read more »

Dr. King Memorial Dedication Should Not Forget Dr. King's Last Campaign On Earth

Remembering Dr. King’s Chicago legacy should include returning to the spot that used to house Dr. King’s last Chicago National SCLC headquarters where he kicked off his national Operation Breadbasket program where part of his War On Poverty included his community economic program that call on Black and poor communities to keep a slice of... Read more »

Can Black Voters "Unleash" On The Congressional Black Caucus On Desperate Black Unemployment?

I am clear that one of the primary reasons why the national news media including national Black media has given Congresswoman Maxine Waters national headlines with The Congressional Black Caucus “alleged” attack on President Barack Obama to lift his personal attention to addressing the dangerous unemployment rates facing majority Black communities. This is not the... Read more »
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