African Americans at Risk Issues in Education Health Community and Justice 2 volumes

Publisher: ABC-CLIO
Release Date: 2015-06-22
Genre: Social Science
Pages: 832 pages
ISBN 13: 1440800766
ISBN 10: 9781440800764
Format: PDF, ePUB, MOBI, Audiobooks, Kindle
With all of the progress African Americans have made, they still face many risks that threaten the entire race or place segments in jeopardy of survival. This work examines the widespread problem and suggests solutions. • Examines up-to-date statistical data on the primary issues negatively impacting African Americans • Provides extensive literary and data analysis of the issues addressed • Discusses what can be done to improve the condition of African Americans • Supplies concise background and investigates the implications of each key issue • Includes an extensive bibliographic list of references for all issues discussed
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