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LinkedIn Names Howard University A Top School For Media Professionals
Wendell Pierce of ‘The Wire’ Invests $20 Million To Bring Jobs To Baltimore
U.S. Economy Adds 292,000 Jobs in December, Only 5% Unemployment
Report: black women hit the hardest by unemployment
14-year-old couldn’t find a job, now he’s the CEO of his own business
Video: Woman fired for speaking her mind, goes on to start own business
Black contractors demand fair hiring practices
Report: black college student has same chances of employment as white high school graduate
Study: job market discriminates against black graduates
Report: most companies assume blacks use drugs
More college grads taking low wage jobs leaving less educated without work
BYP 100, Project Nia ban together to create youth jobs bill focused on training, work for young people
92% of black male teens unemployed in Chicago, 83% nationally
The harmful affects of eviction on communities of color
Rev. Al Sharpton, panelist say jobs are the key to solving gun violence
Prisoners in California undergo tech job training
Brazil’s president wants to reserve 20% of jobs in country for blacks
Sequestration Will Deepen Racial Inequality in America
Unemployment Rate Falls to 4-Year Low; But Black Unemployment Rate Unchanged
President Obama Will Visit Chicago This Friday to Address Gun Violence
Youth and Black Unemployment Numbers are SKY HIGH; What Needs to Be Done?
BET Founder Bob Johnson Calls on President Obama to Address Black Unemployment
Obama’s State of the Union Proposals: Buffet Rule, Stay In School Initiative, More Work-Study Jobs
Black Unemployment On The RISE: Is enough being done?
President Obama Unveils 180,000 Summer Jobs for Youth
Wal-mart: Evil Empire or Hope for Unemployment
Decolonizing empathy: why our pain will never be enough to disarm white supremacy
She ain’t white girl pregnant: Black, queer & expecting in an anti-Black, anti-queer world
Jesmyn Ward becomes the 1st woman and Black author to win National Book Award for fiction twice
‘Thor: Ragnarok’ through a Black and Indigenous post-colonial lens
From the Million Woman March to #Metoo: How movements created by and for Black women are appropriated
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