Black Unemployment Driven By White America’s Favors For Friends – HuffPost


Response: Great article and I believe every bit of it because I have been working on a public job since I turned 18 the next week after I finished high school. I have been a community and political activist so I can relate to the above. Even some who know the above to be true they act as if somebody just makes information like this up. But that is because they have no sympathy for those who can not help themselves no matter how hard they try to be productive citizens.

There’s a comforting-to-white-people fiction about racism and racial inequality in the United States today: They’re caused by a small, recalcitrant group who cling to their egregiously inaccurate beliefs in the moral, intellectual and economic superiority of white people. (More)

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2 thoughts on “Black Unemployment Driven By White America’s Favors For Friends – HuffPost

  1. Here we go again – the blame game. Black unemployment is driven up by 1) the break down of the family (70%+ illegitimacy rate), and 2) black children failing to receive a proper education (striving for excellence means “acting white” nowadays). The first step is taking personal responsibility and stop blaming the white man. Does he still have THAT much control over you?

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    • Ignant this study was done by a white person. Damn you are too ignant!

      1. There has always been a break down in the family all of my 50 years. However it has been a break down in the white family as well just hidden.
      2. Nope that bullmanure about “acting white” is almost not heard of today because it is played out.

      I was laid off for over a year and I around 27 – 28 years ago and I didn’t in any of the above categories you speak of. LMBAO! Got more?
      I know many Blacks who have college degrees who could not get a job in their field 26 years ago and it is worst today. So talk that bullmanure to somebody who don’t know better.

      Thank you for your damn ignant response.

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