Has the NAACP challenged the President over the high unemployment rate among African-Americans? In April, blacks saw a troubling 13% rate in unemployment. To not engage the first black President about these depressing numbers does not do justice to the black community.
The NAACP, if it desires to regain its status as a valid voice for the advancement of African-Americans, must engage in discussion and policy that will help blacks compete in today’s economy, and must also be willing to respect the views of African-Americans without aligning itself to the partisan tactics of politics today.
Demetrius Minor is a member of the national advisory council of the Project 21 black leadership network and is co-host of the blogtalkradio show "He Said, She Said" with Project 21 member Stacy Washington.
In addition, Demetrius is a blogger (demetriuspeaks.com), former White House intern, preacher, and columnist for Townhall, Red Alert Politics and Conservative Daily News.
Head of Secret Service to Face Tough Questions From Lawmakers on White House Security Breach | Katie Pavlich
Mrs. Abedini: I Believe My Husband Has Been 'Abandoned' by the Obama Administration | Cortney O'Brien