First published in 1986. A collection of studies on Black America from 1985 to 1986 inclsuing the economic status,classes, political policies, housing, education andcivil rights. Includes a population chart of American Blacks from 1980 to 1984.
Table of Contents
OVERVIEW OF BLACK AMERICA IN 1985, ECONOMIC STATUS OF BLACKS 1985, EQUITY AND EXCELLENCE: AN EDUCATIONAL IMPERATIVE, THE BLACK MIDDLE CLASS: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE, TEENAGE PREGNANCY: THE IMPLICATIONS FOR BLACK AMERICANS, POLITICAL CHOICES: A REALIGNMENT IN PARTISANSHIP AMONG BLACK VOTERS, NATIONAL HOUSING POLICIES AND BLACK AMERICA: TRENDS, ISSUES, AND IMPLICATIONS, PROLOGUE TO DEBATE ON SOCIAL POLICY, THE CASE FOR SOCIAL POLICY, BEYOND CIVIL RIGHTS, Conclusion and Recommendations, Chronology of Events - 1985, Appendix, America’s Black Population: 1980 To 1984, Black Owned Businesses, Other Titles in this Series
DR. BERNARD E. ANDERSON: Visiting Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University. PROFESSOR JOHN O. CALMORE: Associate Professor of Law, North CarolinaCentral University, School of Law, Durham, N.C.