Detroit's struggle hits African-Americans hard

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

The auto industry's troubles are threatening the well-being of African-Americans more than any other racial or ethnic group. New York Times contributor Mary Chapman joins The Takeaway with a look at how car manufacturing job losses are affecting the black community.

Want more? Check out Mary Chapman's article in The New York Times.

"To put it bluntly, some of these African-Americans will not be able to make this money anywhere else."
— Mary Chapman on the impact of Detroit's downturn


Mary Chapman

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