Illegal immigrants might pose a threat to members of the black community who are trying to find a job, per The Daily Caller.
Peter Kirsanow, a member of the Civil Rights Commission said this week that there’s not enough emphasis in the national dialogue about immigration that addresses the competition undocumented workers present for men in the black community.
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A U.S. Civil Rights Commission report from 2010 found that immigration in general harmed the black community more than others. The report did not differentiate between illegal and legal immigration.
“What happens is you eliminate the rungs on the ladder because a sizable number of black men don’t have access to entry-level jobs,” Kirsanow said. “It is not just the competition and the unemployment of blacks. It also depresses the wage levels.”
A writer mentioned here argued that the economic stability of black communities is directly affected by illegal immigration.