Obama at 100 Days: Strong Job Approval, Even Higher Personal Ratings, but What About Racial Justice?

By Jorge Rivas Apr 23, 2009

As President Obama approaches the 100-day mark of his presidency his job approval ratings are higher than those of his most recent predecessors. But are we on the road for racial justice? What do you think? What is your assessment of how racial equity has been addressed during the first 100 days of the Obama administration? In under a minute you can tell us what you think, take our survey by clicking here. Then RSVP to call in and listen to the findings during ARC’s April 28th 100-Day Race in Review Compact Forum Call. For the past 90 days ARC has moved a national discussion around race and the economy, jobs, health care, immigration, civil rights and immigration. Joining moderator Tammy Johnson of the Applied Research Center, will be: • Angela Glover Blackwell, PolicyLink • Tarso Luis Ramos, Political Research Associates • Deepa Iya, South Asian Americans Leading Together This culminates our series of calls and you don’t want to miss it.