Collier, B. J., & Williams, L. (1982). The Economic Status of the Black Male: A Myth Exploded. Journal of Black Studies, 12(4), 487-498.
The aim of this study is to examine validity of certain assumptions about the economic status of black males against existing evidence and to compare this evidence with the degree to which university students accept these assumptions. The article also expects to show that, despite the documented evidence to show these assumptions to be invalid, they continue to persist.
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