Milwaukee residents discuss Obama's job creation
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Milwaukee residents discuss Obama's job creation

Milwaukee residents discuss President Obama's actions to create jobs in the African American community. At this moment, Milwaukee is the most hauntingly jobless place in the country for African Americans, who are more likely to be out of work than whites, Hispanics and Asians. (Krissah Williams/The Washington Post)

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