The census is coming! Make sure you're counted!
When the first U.S. census was conducted in 1790, cries of undercount were heard across the land. Surely there were more than about 4 million residents in the new nation!
Ever since, the Census Bureau has made an effort to conduct an accurate count of every person1 [Read on...]
Her future may be determined by her name.
As the recession grows deeper and competition for jobs grows fiercer, the black community is being disproportionately passed over for jobs. Recently, the New York Times carried a story about how African Americans are “whitewashing” their resumes to avoid job discrimination. Many are using [Read on...]