Social Policy and Social Change

SOCIAL POLICY and SOCIAL CHANGE
(To order publications see bottom of page)

Crime in the African American
  Neighborhood                                                                                                       $ 5.00
  Alix Cantave, PhD, 22 pp., 2007

From Unity to Plurality: Books on
   Northeastern Black History Since 1960                                                        $ 10.00
  Occasional Paper No. 48
  Rhett S. Jones, 37 pp., 2003,

Madre Patria (Mother Nation):
   Latino Identity and Rejections of Blackness                                  $ 6.00
  Occasional Report No. 44
  Loretta J. Williams, 19pp., 1999,

What's Going On? Welfare Reform,
   Race and Communities in Massachusetts                                       $ 6.00
   Occasional Report No. 44
   Loretta J. Williams, 19pp., 1999,

The Africian-American Experience at
   The University of Massachusetts                                                   $ 6.00
  Occasional Report No. 45
  James E. Blackwell, 28pp., 1999,

Tapping the Wisdom of the Ancestors: An
   Attempt to Recast Vodou and Morality
   Through the Voice of Mama Lola and Karen
   McCarthy Brown -                                                                                               $ 10.00
  Research Report No. 27
  Claudine Michel, 42 pp., 1996,

Socio-Cultural Rights and Development
  Winston E. Langley (forthcoming)

 

Black Culture, White Commodity -                                                $ 5.00
  Research Report No. 36
  Ellis Cashmore, 47 pp., 1997,

 

The Application of the Comparative Method
   to the Study of Policy Issues in the African
   Diaspora -                                                                                                            $ 5.00
   Occasional Paper No. 40
   Ronald Walters, 24 pp., 1998,

Race and Political Empowerment: The Crisis of
   Black Leadership -                                                                      $ 6.00
   Occasional Paper No. 36
   William E. Nelson, Jr., 16 pp., 1996,

Human Rights and Community Development
   Through Low-Income Women's Leadership: The
   Voice of an African-American Organizer -                                     $ 5.00
   Research Report No. 31
   Claudine Michel, 20 pp., 1996,

Disparity in Sentencing: The Influence of Race
   on Sentencing Outcomes in Massachusetts -                                  $ 5.00
  Research Report No. 29
  Beverly C. Sealey, 45 pp., 1996,

The Role of the Urban League Movement
    in Overcoming Inner-City Poverty: Challenges
    for the 21st Century -                                                                 $ 5.00
   Occasional Paper No. 32
   Hugh B. Price, 8 pp., 1995,

Du Bois's "Two-Ness" and the Dual Agenda -                                  $ 5.00
  Occasional Paper No. 25
  Charles V. Hamilton, 11 pp., 1993,

Creating the Conditions for Change -                                             $ 5.00
  Occasional Paper No. 22
  Ron Daniels, 30 pp., 1993,

African-Americans and Social Policy in
   the 1990s -                                                                                $ 2.00
  Occasional Paper No. 17
  Wornie L. Reed, 16 pp., 1989,

Race and Class in American Race Relations -                                  $ 5.00
  Theory 1894-1939,
  Research Report No. 13
  Vernon J. Williams, Jr., 29 pp., 1989,

Serving the Elderly: Need Versus Policy -                                       $ 5.00
  Occasional Paper No. 15
  Wornie Reed, 16 pp., 1988,

The Search for Voice: Ideology and Perspective
    in the Black Community -                                                            $ 5.00
   Occasional Paper No. 3
   Phillip L. Clay, 44 pp., 1987,

The Emerging Black Community of Boston -                                   $ 5.00
  Edited by Philip L. Clay, et al., 343 pp., 1985,

Violence in the Black Community: Interventions -                                    $ 5.00
  Occasional Paper No. 4
  George Napper, 9 pp., 1985,

Puerto Ricans and the Community Control
   Movement in New York City's Lower East
   Side: An Interview with Luis Fuentes -                                           $ 5.00
  Occasional Paper No. 31
  James Jennings, et al., 17 pp., 1995,

Beyond the Civil Rights Agenda for Blacks:
   Principles for the Pursuit of Economic and
   Community Development -                                                          $ 5.00
  Occasional Paper No. 29
  James Jennings, et al., 16 pp., 1995,

Racial Discrimination in Massachusetts:
   A Bibliographic Review 1987 to 1994 -                                           $ 5.00
  James Jennings, et al., 98 pp., 1994,

Women of Color Reclaiming Power -                                              $ 5.00
  Occasional Paper No. 27
  Rev. Cheng Imm Tan, 13 pp., 1994,

New Beginnings and a Cautious Celebration:
  African Americans and the 1992 Election -                                     $ 5.00
  Occasional Paper No. 26
  Clarence Lusane, 49 pp., 1994,

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