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About 60 percent of Americans do not have a college degree. But is this really a deal breaker with potential employers?
But as modern dwellings crop up, there are fears that the city's dwindling population of African-Americans will not be able to afford the neighborhood that writer James Baldwin once called "the San Francisco America pretends does not exist."
He also explains how Waffle House was key to meeting Talib Kweli.
A growing number of foreign born Blacks are making up the African-American population, according to a recent Pew Research Center report.
Keith Boykin explores new laws in Arkansas and Indiana.
Representatives from major technology companies are slated to attend the summit organized by Jesse Jackson and his group Rainbow Push.
Voters could elect five Black women to statewide office in the Peach state.
“Status of Black Women in American Politics” reveals stark numbers at almost every level.
Dream Defenders analyze how mass incarceration affects Black and brown communities.
A minimum wage increase boosts minorities' earnings by billions.