Volume 1, Issue 1 (1987) Trotter Institute Review

This edition of The Trotter Institute Review addresses issues in economics and the entertainment media. Topics include employment, affirmative action, income, and the black experience as presented in movies. The articles address these concerns at what may be a critical point in race relations in the United States. At a time when the national mood suggests that civil rights and economic opportunities have been provided sufficiently to blacks and that nothing further needs to be done, these articles suggest how far we have to go before that is a reality.

From the Editor's Note by Wornie L. Reed.

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Wornie L. Reed
Assistant Editor
Frances Stubbs