Originally Posted by ckhthankgod
About 6% of Black males are incarcerated and about 4 times more Black males between 18-24 are in college/higher education than jail. With that said, the Black poverty rate is around 30% and general unemployment rates for Blacks tend to be double the national average. So, maybe a segment of the population needs to get back to advocacy on a larger scale. It might be a good time considering the landscape on a larger scale.
I think it takes education in terms of knowing one's rights, history and social issues in order for people to take a similar stand.
How much of the stimulus money went to them? How many "green jobs" did they get? When big money and big deals were going to unions and cronies and big corporations were being bailed out to repay them for their campaign donations and support, while the small businesses that hire the local talent were being scr**ed over, where were the voices of the black leaders complaining about the black unemployment rate? Oh, that's right. They benefit, too, from black victims. Black victims wouldn't need them if everything was swell. In fact, who do you think is going to be burned if all of those illegal aliens are made citizens and no longer have to do the jobs Americans won't do?