high Black unemployment

The announcement that Attorney General Eric Holder, the first African-American US Attorney general and the fourth longest tenured Attorney general has hit African-Americans hard.  In an exclusive interview on Afternoons with Amos from the Congressional Black Caucus Weekend activities in Washington, Congressman Andre Carson commented on to Holder’s service to the country and the community […]

AFTERNOONS WITH AMOS EXCLUSIVE REPORT: Six years after the Great Recession began in 2008, and four years after it officially ended in 2010, one million Hoosiers, including nearly 200,000 African-Americans, continue to feel the recession’s impact as they live their lives below the poverty level; many without jobs. That’s part of the devastating and revealing statistics contained […]

National Urban League President Marc Morial visited Indy this week to address the annual Equal Opportunity Day Luncheon of the Indianapolis Urban League.  Morial appeared live on Afternoons with Amos and talked about the stagnantly high Black unemployment rate in the country and what the Urban League and its affiliates are doing to combat that. […]