Dr. C.W. Anderson works as an Assistant Professor of Media Culture at the College of Staten Island (CUNY). IndyKids reporter, Eleanor Hedges Duroy, interviewed him about his experiences as a professor.
Thousands of environmental activists came together outside the White House to protest against the Keystone Pipeline in August and November of 2011.
The problem with jobs? Too few people have them. The official unemployment rate is 9%: almost one out of every ten working people can’t find a job.
African Americans and Hispanics have been hurt more by the recession then the overall population.
Higher prices for food and energy, rising unemployment and more businesses closing their doors all show that the global economy is in crisis. Most economists believe the economy is in recession or even a depression like in the 1930s. The poor are those who suffer the most in an economic crisis, with less money for …