CBC Forum Discusses Economic Equality for Blacks

Dawn Oneal makes less than $10 an hour as an early child care worker in DeKalb County, Georgia. Her husband, however, remains unemployed, occasionally finding construction jobs. “I am paid $8.50 an hour for taking care of America’s greatest asset,” said Oneal, 48, a member with the Service Employees International Union leading the “Fight for $15” campaign. “Life in DeKalb County is hard. The Fight for 15 and Black Lives Matter go hand-in-hand. It was time to take a stand.”

U.S. Political Views Not Rigidly Defined

July 11, 2014 Reporter II 0

By Jazelle Hunt Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Politically, the nation is less a sharply divided collection of red and blue states, and more a rainbow patchwork of  political ideologies, according to the Pew Center. […]