A Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency flier advertising employment services features an African American woman who says, “I still ain’t got hired nowhere! I really need a job!!! Maybe it was something I said...” The flier was placed on doors at city housing projects. At least one resident and City Council members said Tuesday they were offended by the flier’s portrayal of low-income residents and demanded answers from SHRA.
A Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency flier advertising employment services features an African American woman who says, “I still ain’t got hired nowhere! I really need a job!!! Maybe it was something I said...” The flier was placed on doors at city housing projects. At least one resident and City Council members said Tuesday they were offended by the flier’s portrayal of low-income residents and demanded answers from SHRA. Renita Williams Provided to The Bee
A Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency flier advertising employment services features an African American woman who says, “I still ain’t got hired nowhere! I really need a job!!! Maybe it was something I said...” The flier was placed on doors at city housing projects. At least one resident and City Council members said Tuesday they were offended by the flier’s portrayal of low-income residents and demanded answers from SHRA. Renita Williams Provided to The Bee

Public housing residents offended by agency’s depiction of low-income women

April 20, 2016 04:27 PM

UPDATED April 21, 2016 07:17 AM

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