Tag Archives: #BlackUnemployment

Precariat: a new social class in America’s new normal | #Economics on Blog#42

I’ve been writing and commenting on the new economy for the better part of the last six years. Continue reading Precariat: a new social class in America’s new normal | #Economics on Blog#42

MLK died warning us about inequality back in the 60’s | Social #Activism on Blog#42

I came across an excellent mash-up of segments from Martin Luther King’s speeches on poverty and the end of an interview of James Baldwin in PBS’ “The Negro and The American Promise.” These two men expressed, in ten minutes and fifty three seconds, far more than Thomas Piketty did in a seven hundred-page book. Continue reading MLK died warning us about inequality back in the 60’s | Social #Activism on Blog#42

Full Employment, African American Employment and Wages | EPI

The Impact of Full Employment on African American Employment and Wages | Economic Policy Institute.

By Valerie Wilson | March 30, 2015

This paper is part of the Full Employment Project of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. It was presented by Valerie Wilson on Monday, March 30, 2015, as part of a forum entitled “Full Employment: How Can We Get There and Stay There? Why Does It Matter?”.

Continue reading Full Employment, African American Employment and Wages | EPI