The national unemployment rate for African Americans inched up in June to 6.5%, after hitting an all-time low of 5.9% in May. While this is the second lowest number on record since the Bureau of Labor Statistics started tracking this nearly 50 years ago, homeownership in the black community continues to decline, even though more people have jobs. The BLS record goes back to January 1972 and details the progression of black workers across the labor force.

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