Slipping Through the Cracks: The Status of Black Women

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Transaction Books, 1986 - 302 páginas

The problems and special needs of black women are still given inadequate attention in social science analysis. Too often black women are subsumed under the category of "blacks" or "women," with little consideration for their unique needs. This volume focuses on black women as a special group. It includes chapters on employment, educational attainment, and job training programs which originated as papers given at a symposium on the economic status of black women, co-sponsored by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation and The Review of Black Political Economy.

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Margaret C. Simms is deputy director of research at the Joint Center for Political Studies in Washington, D.C. She has conducted research on black/white income, welfare issues, and education and employment and training, especially for youth. From 1983 to 1988, Dr. Simms served as editor of The Review of Black Political Economy.

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