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Topic - Donna Christian-Christensen
"African-Americans are more likely to work in the public sector, where the jobs are going to be cut," said Del. Donna Christensen, who represents the Virgin Islands, in The Hill. "We already have the highest unemployment, and will be severely hurt by the reduction in unemployment benefits."
"The lobbyists and I sit down and put our heads together and figure out what are you going to do and what am I going to do?" said Donna Christensen, the Virgin Islands' delegate in the House.