(1998). The 25th anniversary edition of the Review of black political economy:employment, training and education. The Review of Black Political Economy, 25(4), 5.
A special 25th-anniversary issue on black employment, training, and education is presented. Topics discussed include the declining social and economic fortunes of African-American males, economic research at historically black colleges and universities, worker retraining and labor market outcomes, employment and training solutions for the economically disadvantaged, and an unemployment and business strategy for the next century.
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