It's a well-known fact illegal immigrants poured into New Orleans post-Katrina to rebuild the city, because the black population left there just wasn't interested in working.
Where else could you purchase tall-boy beers chilling in ice as you wire money back to your third world country of origin but New Orleans (being set in New Orleans, the wire service employees are protected behind bulletproof glass...)?
|No, Black Workers DON'T Matter, considering how few blacks participated in the labor force that rebuilt New Orleans|
Now, the New Orleans City Council is working to protect the very construction jobs black people won't do by making sure construction companies work to only hire blacks that have no desire to work... ['Hire NOLA' local hiring law approved by New Orleans City Council, NOLA.com, 10-1-15]:
Mayor Mitch Landrieu's administration has billed a local hiring law approved Thursday (Oct. 31) by the New Orleans City Council as a valuable tool in attacking poverty and unemployment, but the construction lobby says it could do more harm than good, and it remains to be seen exactly how the requirements will be enforced or verified.
Nevertheless, the measure, which the administration has dubbed "Hire NOLA," was greeted enthusiastically by labor activists who said it was better than the status quo.
On major city contracts, only about 21 percent of the work hours are performed by local workers, according to the Landrieu administration. About 52 percent of the city's black men, meanwhile, are out of work, according to an oft-cited administration statistic.
Stand with Dignity, a grass roots group that has lobbied hard for the city to use its tax dollars to address social equity, held a rally in support of the rules in front of City Hall.
Addressing the City Council, Stand member Divonite Almestica said that a lack of opportunity was to blame for the city's struggle with crime. Citing a recent rash of holdups in Uptown restaurants, Almestica called the robberies acts of terrorism that may have been spawned by a sense of desperation.
"Terrorism, it doesn't breed itself," Almestica said."Hire NOLA"... but happens when black New Orleans doesn't want to work?
Only in Black-Run America (BRA) would the government work to protect jobs for black people that blacks don't want to be employed in and perform.