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Why an agenda on job creation in cash loans in kansas city missouri education should lead Obama’s second term By Dr. Andre Perry Contributing Columnist

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By Freddie Allen NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) —Voters were still waiting to elect the next president of the United States when the Labor Depart­ment’s

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Blacks and Hispanics lost $1 trillion in home equity
By Charlene Crowell NNPA Columnist Among the 10.9 million homes that went into foreclosure between 2007 and 2011, more than half of the “spillover” cost to nearby homes have led to a ...
Budget woes await winner
By Julianne Malveaux NNPA Columnist No matter who wins the November 6 election, he will have a mess on his hands. The Budget Control Act of 2011 will cut $109 billion ...
The assault on the middle class
By Don Barlett and James Steele Contributing Writers Ed. Note: U.S. Census data released Wednesday revealed troubling poverty figures, with some 46 million Americans—including one in every five children—living below the poverty ...
Grandparents providing more financial support due to economic downturn
Grandparents in the U.S. are increasingly providing vital support for American families and have taken on the role of a financial safety net for their children and grandchildren, in some ...
Former nurse Ollie Burton, shown last year at age 103 at the Kissito Healthcare's nursing home in Midland, Tex., represents the longevity exception.
Lost decades — Longevity gains decline for Blacks, Latinos and less educated
By Paul Kleyman Contributing Writer CHICAGO (Special from New America Media) —The longevity gap between “two Americas” has widened since 1990, says a new study. One America is mostly white and well ...
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Local study shows that Orleanians are ‘asset’ poor
By Mason Harrison Contributing Writer Most Americans are familiar with measuring poverty in terms of dollars and cents, believing that the dividing line between rich and poor is one that separates high ...
Landrieu introduces bill to boost careers of women and minorities
On August 1, Senator Mary L. Landrieu, Chair of the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, introduced the Women and Minorities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Booster ...
America’s broke priorities
By Wilmer J. Leon III NNPA Columnist On July 5, 1852 Frederick Douglass gave his famous speech, “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” Douglass asked, “Are the great ...

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