We can usually only see the present – so we can see a statistic such as unemployment or we can see a graph that is just a line. But when we can see the spread of something on a map in color, we can feel the change. So here is a map of America showing the growth of unemployment since 2007 – it struck me to the heart. And it shows the power of the trend. And so does it not show us what we have to do – we have to be part of the reinvention of our communities.
Unemployment – A Graphic View over time
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