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CBC Plays Hardball with Obama on Behalf of Black Businesses

Black America Web.com, News Report, Jackie Jones, Dec 07, 2009

The Congressional Black Caucus is putting the hurt on President Obama by refusing to support financial reform legislation until he comes up with an acceptable plan to support minority businesses.

SCHOOL MATTERS: Some Latino Students Choose Family Over College

New America Media, News Report, Khalil Abdullah, Dec 06, 2009

Three out of four Latino drop outs say they left school in order to help support their families. Financial pressures on todays Latino youth could be forcing them to feel like they have to make difficult choices between their family and their future.

Black Leaders and Obama Face Off Over Jobs

NNPA, News Report, Hazel trice Edney, Dec 04, 2009

African-American joblessness nearly twice the national rate - is quickly becoming the first showdown between Black leaders and the nations first Black president.

High Unemployment Reframes Immigration Debate

New America Media, News Analysis, Marcelo Ballv, Dec 04, 2009

The Obama administration has promised action on immigration reform in 2010, but the issue of illegal immigration was notably absent from the president's job summit this week. Rising unemployment could impact the debate over illegal immigration.

Report: Foreclosure Crisis Worse than Ever

Final Call, News Report, Nisa Islam Muhammad, Dec 04, 2009

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) reported November 19, that a record number of loans1 in 7is delinquent, up from 1 in 10 a year ago.

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San Francisco-India Business Ties Booming

India West, News Report, Richard Springer, Dec 04, 2009

While the cost advantage in India has dipped, business ties between India and the San Francisco Bay Area are extensive and growing.

California Jobs Summit Thinks Green

New America Media, News Report, Seth Sandronsky, Dec 04, 2009

Speakers at California's first jobs summit looked to green energy to reduce the state's record unemployment rate, which is hitting minorities hardest.

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In Vietnam Rural Poor Move to Urban Poverty

Nguoi-viet.com, News report, Jami Farkas, Dec 02, 2009

Thousands of migrants who come to major cities in search of employment are not registered residents and might not be counted among the urban poor.

Vikram Pandit Tells DC Ethnic Media: Citigroup is Committed

New America Media, News Report, Khalil Abdullah, Nov 25, 2009

Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit told the capital city's ethnic media that he is committed to restoring his corporation's standing globally and locally, and to aiding Americans hit by the mortgage foreclosure crisis.

Mexico and the Crisis of a Dependent Economy

Americas Program, News Report, Laura Carlsen, Nov 24, 2009

Felipe Calderons government has announced an increase in the price of petroleum and electricity. A popular movement has responded by boycotting the payment of electricity bills, resulting in arrests and the cutting of power to the most vulnerable communities.

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