Volume 7, Issue 2 (1993) A Special Issue on the Political and Social Relations Between Communities of Color
The particular relationships between communities of color in the United States could very well be the political issue for urban America in the next century, with profound racial, cultural, and economic implications for all Americans. This issue of the Trotter Review focused on various aspects of relations between communities of color.
Communication and collaboration between communities of color are vitally important today for the maintenance and expansion of democracy and social justice in the United States. We hope this issue of the Trotter Review will contribute to improving relations between communities of color.
From the Introduction by James Jennings.
The Changing Significance of Race for People of Color
Juanita Tamayo Lott
- James Jennings
- Associate Editor
- Harold Horton
- Production Editor
- Leslie Bowen
- Editorial Assistant
- Dorothy Clark
- Word Processing
- Eva Hendricks