Our Economy Is Failing Young African American Workers

October 8, 2013

This Thursday, Georgetown University will partner with the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor to sponsor a panel, the State of the Black Worker in America. The panel is a follow-up to the Georgetown Public Policy Institute’s new study, Failure to Launch, which concluded the 2000s were a lost decade for America’s young workforce, particularly for workers of color.

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