WRITTEN BY GEORGE E. CURRY, NNPA | 07 NOVEMBER 2011
A widening gap between the mega-rich and the rest of society, documented in a recent congressional study, is likely to create even larger economic disparities between African-Americans and Whites. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) issued a report that stated: “For the 1 percent with the highest income, average real after-tax household income grew by 275 percent between 1979 and 2007.”
WRITTEN BY CHARLENE CROWELL, NNPA | 07 NOVEMBER 2011
Overcoming income inequalities through better consumer choices The agency mandated to provide Congress with impartial, non-partisan and timely analyses seldom makes headline news. But this week when the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released findings on its analysis of the nation’s income inequalities from a 30-year review (1979-2007), media coverage exploded.
WRITTEN BY ORGANIZATION'S STAFF | 07 NOVEMBER 2011
IN STORES EVERYWHERE NOVEMBER 22, 2011 Current #1 Radio Smash “I Believe” Is Nominated For Soul Train Award Houston, TX: For the last half dozen years, Blacksmoke Music Worldwide CEO Kerry Douglas and his highly-motivated staff have pulled out all the stops to make James Fortune & FIYA the hottest young choir leader to hit the gospel scene since Kirk Franklin and Tye Tribbett.
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