Government data finds that more than 11 million african-americans are still out of the workforce.
The congressional black caucus warns that sequestration will further reduce public-sector jobs, where african-americans are heavily concentrated.
The CBC also says cuts to unemployment benefits, workforce development, housing, and health and human services programs will heavily impact minorities in struggling communities.
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