Insight News

Jan 28th


Hard work-just this year, more than 2 million have lost jobs

The unemployment rate rose from 8.1 percent to 8.5 percent and more than 600,000 people lost their jobs last month.  Just this year, more than 2 million have lost jobs.  Since the recession began more than 5.1 million have been separated from their work.  Some have gone back to work, but many have not been able to find employment.  By anyone’s assessment, this is an employment crisis that undermines the possibility of economic recovery.

African-American females also victimized by the U.S. criminal justice system

When the subject of the criminal justice system and its impact on the African American community is discussed, the emphasis is usually placed on males.

New green jobs could move many from poverty to prosperity

The American Reinvestment and Recovery Act signed into law by President Obama last month was designed to fuel our nation’s economy by getting people back to work.  In Minnesota, we need the help.  Last year, 55,000 Minnesotans lost their jobs.  Since the beginning of this year, another 30,000 have lost their jobs.

We must also focus on ways to fight the spread of HIV/AIDS

The growing global economic crisis has exacerbated the HIV/AIDS epidemic across the globe, in Minnesota and in our communities. That’s why in seeking solutions to our economic crisis, we must also focus on ways to fight the spread of HIV/AIDS. In the State Legislature, there are several ways we can help win this fight in Minnesota.

New White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships: Does it silence or support the Black church?

(NNPA) - The February 5 announcement by President Barack Obama of the White House Office of Faith Based Initiative and Neighborhood Partnerships offers potential hope for real change, especially for the Black Church.

Economic Ignorance 101

In the discussions about what to do to fix up the economic mess left by George Bush, I have come to understand why it happened when I hear the ignorant proposals put forth by many Republicans. 
I wonder what planet someone could come from who says, for example, “just let the auto companies go into bankruptcy and work themselves out of their financial problems without government assistance.”


It is time for these lenders to be held accountable

(NNPA) - Mrs. Amara Weaver is a dedicated mother and grandmother living in Milwaukee, WI.  She worked hard all her life and bought a home for her family.
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