We are proud to share with our readers the second annual issue of the Trotter Review. Since the first issue in 1984, the Trotter Review has grown to become a popular journal with a national and international readership. The journal has been particularly praised for its presentation and balance of scholarship informed by activism. We are currently planning future issues along the following themes: the experiences of Black children and the Black community with public schools; the historical and contemporary relationships between the Black and Native-American communities in the United States; and the role of Black educators in community service learning.
This issue, Women of Color and Economic Development, focuses on the experiences of women with economic development, a theme that is reflected in all the articles. This collection of articles shows clearly that a focus on the experiences of women in communities of color is a critical element for successful economic empowerment strategies and programs.
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Available at: http://scholarworks.umb.edu/trotter_review/vol12/iss1/2