Submitted by David Ramos
Check out the Community Service Society’s recent research on poverty among Blacks and Hispanics and its impact in NYC. David Jones the President & CEO of the Community Service Society in a recent interview, shared some startling stastics, he said that there were 170,000 young people out of work and not presently enrolled in school; 60,000 on parole and that 32% of Black males (1/3) will are incarcerated in NYC. And that one third of the voting age citizens are living in poverty who they address as the "unheard third." What does this mean politically?
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