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The Black Report: Charting the Changing Status of African Americans, Inaugural Edition, Vol. I

Tidwell, Billy

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ISBN 10: 0761806822 / ISBN 13: 9780761806820
Published by UPA, 1997
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Title: The Black Report: Charting the Changing ...

Publisher: UPA

Publication Date: 1997

Book Condition:Good

Edition: Inaugural Edition.

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The Black Report is a multifaceted statistical examination of contemporary Black America. The Report grew out of the mounting concerns about the present character of African-American life and anxiety over seriously deteriorating possibilities for the future, all of which demands a more critical, objective assessment of status and directions. This inaugural edition of the Report covers six major topics―black demography, health, education, economics, political empowerment, and youth; it covers these issues by discussing the current sociopolitical context, emphasizing the society's increasing conservatism toward the problems of disadvantaged minorities. A concluding section elaborates on such observations in considering the implications of the data for policymakers and the African-American community itself. This is a valuable ready-reference resource for anyone who has an interest in understanding and/or improving the conditions of African-Americans.

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Billy Tidwell is founder, President, and CEO of DataDeeds, Inc., and has practiced and directed social policy research for more than 25 years, with a particular emphasis on the conditions and needs of African Americans. He has published numerous research monographs on the socioeconomic conditions of African Americans.

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