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While there has been a slight reduction in economic and sentencing disparities between Blacks and Whites, no improvement has been seen in the areas of education and economics, according the annual report recently released by The National Urban League (NUL) at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.

"The State of Black America 2008: In the Black Woman's Voice" pays particular attention to the economic plight of African-American females, who, as a group, head nearly hall of all Black households. The report includes essays from such notable African-American women ...

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Haven't read the report in it's entirety, but while I understand and largely recognize the issues raised, I do wonder if there were specific actions outlined to help remedy any of this. Will have to spend some time this weekend reading.

Thanks for posting.

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"According to Malveaux, black women hold more jobs nationwide than black men, yet — despite their breadwinner roles — earn less on average, $566 a week compared to $629 for Black men...."

This is a very disturbing statistic given the burden placed on many AA women to not only work full time (or more), but raise a family on their own. And too many of our AA men see family financial stability as the female's responsibility.

Placing an inequitable burden on one parent also sends the wrong message to our kids. I believe in shared responsibility, especially today when inflation significantly outpaces salary growth and our kids are too easily left to rest in the cracks of the system.

It's time for us to shift the focus from the balla to the breadwinner and empower ourselves to make a better future for our families and our kids.

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