I am not sure what the complaint here is?
Yes, unemployment remains stubbornly high among African Americans. So what do you think is the cause / solution?
1. The problem is systemic racism and thus no one will hire them.
Its obvious there are some racists out there, but I think they represent a pretty small minority of hiring managers.
2. The problem is illegals / undocumented workers.
Most jobs I have seen obvious illegals working were roofing, day labor construction hands, landscaping, farm hands, and nannies. I don't think any of those jobs excluding farm hands and nannies were disproportionately historically held by blacks.
3. The problem is welfare.
We don't have true welfare anymore. You can get it for a couple of years and your done. If you have children you can draw it longer, but even then its hardly a living. I mean hell if living in government projects with a 300 bucks or a so month in welfare is not an incentive to better yourself, then I don't know what is. Moreover, this whole notion that welfare creates an incentive for having kids they can't afford to take care of is pretty absurd when you consider the fact that having kids you can't take care of is a problem in virtually every third world country and virtually none of them have a welfare system. If welfare is the reason for blacks having kids they can't afford here in the USA, then why are they doing it in the DRC or Haiti??
So what is the solution? What are yall bitching about the president not doing about this? Do you want him to issue an executive order telling every unemployed African American to get the f*** to work? I mean really, what do you want to do about it?