William Monroe Trotter Institute

The Study of Black Culture

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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