If Chicago wants to address high unemployment rates among African-American men and youth, the private sector, sister agencies, and the county need to pitch in; that’s the takeaway aldermen were left with following a nearly three hour subject matter hearing Wednesday hosted by the Council’s Workforce Committee on addressing this longstanding problem, borne out of decades of disinvestment in predominantly Black communities.

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