The following is a policy statement issued October 12, 1989, by the "Study Group on Employment, Income, and Occupations" of the Assessment of the Status of African-Americans project conducted by the William Monroe Trotter Institute. The full report of the study group is published in an article entitled "Race and Inequality in the Managerial Age," which appears in Social, Political, and Economic Issues in Black America.
One of the major conclusions of this report on the relative economic status of blacks in the United States is that a substantial and persisting gap exists between the general circumstances of blacks and nonblacks in this country.
Cotton, Jeremiah P.
"Economic Prescriptions for Black Americans,"
1, Article 3.
Available at: http://scholarworks.umb.edu/trotter_review/vol5/iss1/3