County commissioners and aldermen will gather for a joint hearing of the two bodies Workforce Committees in City Council chambers Tuesday morning to discuss youth unemployment heading into the summer. The subject matter hearing will delve into some striking statistics for Chicago, where 47% of Black men (20-24) and 20% of Hispanic men are jobless and out of school–which the resolution warns leads to “poverty, drug abuse, homelessness and violence in our communities.”

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