Adequate and Affordable Housing Remains a Problem in New Orleans

Charles Hobbs

Charles “Chaz” Hobbs – It is hard to believe that it has been almost six years since the uneventful date of August 29, 2005 in which Hurricane Katrina made landfall in the states of Mississippi and Louisiana. In the aftermath of this natural/man-made disaster we all have waited patiently for the past five years for [...]

AIDS – Transcending Time

Charles Hobbs

By Charles “Chaz” Hobbs – If one of age can remember back to the 1980’s you will remember the scores of news reports that caught our attention about the new, “Gay Plague,” that hit America’s homosexual community by storm. The Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, or commonly known as AIDS, was the penultimate disease that ravages one’s [...]

How Many in Black America really are Unemployed?

Charles Hobbs

By Charles “Chaz” Hobbs – While reminiscing about my undergraduate era as an Economics major (We all try to remember, back in the day!), I happened to be perusing the U.S. Department of Labor’s – Bureau of Labor Statistics – Monthly Employment Report in regards to the “Unemployment Rate”. As I conjured up those fond [...]

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