Race, Ethnicity, and the American Urban Mainstream uses history, biography, and sociological analysis to examine the achievements and struggles of racial and ethnic groups in American cities. This text is organized around social systems (politics, housing, education, economics, and work) rather than groups or concepts such as prejudice and discrimination. A number of in-depth profiles of minority communities, in cities such as Oakland, Detroit, Los Angeles, and Chicago, help to illustrate major concepts.Will employment equity make significant advances? Will some currently unanticipated initiative ... appointed positionsaquot; (CAW/TCA Canada 2000). Once in authoritative positions, minority leaders face challenges promoting employment equityanbsp;...
|Title||:||Race, Ethnicity, and the American Urban Mainstream|
|Author||:||Christopher Bates Doob|
|Publisher||:||Allyn & Bacon - 2004|