Then-Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Barack Obama, left, smiles as National Urban League Chief Executive Officer Marc Morial asks attendees to sing a birthday song for Obama in 2008 at the National Urban League Annual Conference in Orlando, Fla. Obama is in his second term as the nation’s first African American president, yet conditions for blacks and Latinos in America have improved little, a National Urban League report released Thursday shows.
Then-Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Barack Obama, left, smiles as National Urban League Chief Executive Officer Marc Morial asks attendees to sing a birthday song for Obama in 2008 at the National Urban League Annual Conference in Orlando, Fla. Obama is in his second term as the nation’s first African American president, yet conditions for blacks and Latinos in America have improved little, a National Urban League report released Thursday shows. File photo The Associated Press
Then-Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Barack Obama, left, smiles as National Urban League Chief Executive Officer Marc Morial asks attendees to sing a birthday song for Obama in 2008 at the National Urban League Annual Conference in Orlando, Fla. Obama is in his second term as the nation’s first African American president, yet conditions for blacks and Latinos in America have improved little, a National Urban League report released Thursday shows. File photo The Associated Press

National Urban League report shows equality for blacks, Latinos remains a long-sought dream in America

March 19, 2015 12:32 PM

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