Future of Civil Rights Movement
Mr. Price spoke about three challenges facing minorities in the continuing struggle for equality of rights and opportunity: rising… read more
Mr. Price spoke about three challenges facing minorities in the continuing struggle for equality of rights and opportunity: rising performance standards in school and work, downsizing, changing ethnic composition of U.S. society. He outlined how minorities can address these challenges and criticized changes in social programs such as welfare reform. close
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- Hugh B. Price President and CEO National Urban League
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