The Obama administration on Thursday highlighted initiatives in housing, education, the workforce and health care designed to help foster a better economic environment for African Americans as the nation continues to emerge from the financial recession.
People in this country still believe in the American Dream, but after one of the worst recessions this country has seen, many are fearful that…
The National Urban League‘s 38th annual “State Of Black America” report highlights that job creation in the country is of smaller benefit to Black and…
Well, it appears that some of the nation’s leading economists have proclaimed that the recession is over. Of course, these were the best and brightest who failed to warn us of the Great Recession in the first place, but I don’t want to sidetrack you with trivialities.
With fall rapidly approaching, here are some tips on how to get the most out of your clothing budget by building a “recession-proof” wardrobe from the budget fashionista:
In a groundbreaking report released Monday by a leading economic research group, social scientists turned a spotlight on the financial challenges facing an often overlooked group of women, many of whom could not take an unpaid sick day or repair a major appliance without going into debt.