Black Enterprise

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BLACK ENTERPRISE is the ultimate source for wealth creation for African American professionals, entrepreneurs and corporate executives. Every month, BLACK ENTERPRISE delivers timely, useful information on careers, small business and personal finance.
  

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Contents

Special careers issue
9
Blacks (Occupations)
Racism and sexism in corporate life (Book Review)
18
Haitian Tug of War
19
Immigration and emigration, Refugees, Haitian
Broadcast roundup
20
Radio stations, Black, Television stations, Black
Press Aims at Thomas
20
Franklin Thomas, Ford Foundation
In the Middle of the Action
50
Ralph WRIGHT, New York Stock Exchange, Inc
Pursuing the Black Option
55
Black business enterprises
Diary of a White House Fellow
60
Scholarships and fellowships
A guide to black professional schools
67
Black colleges and universities, Professionals (Education)
The world of commercial photographers
72
Black photographers, Photography, Commercial

Aid Squeeze on Doctors
21
Black medical students, Medical colleges (Federal aid)
Bidding for the Portals
22
EASTCOAST Development Corp, Washington (D.C.) (City planning)
Enterprise zones may not be enterprising enough
27
Free ports and zones
Economic growth and job opportunities: the longterm outlook
30
Blacks (Employment)
IRAs Come of Age: Your Future, First Class
30
Individual retirement accounts
Ten Best Places to Work
37
Blacks (Employment), Corporations
Is this Any Way to Run a City?
79
W. Wilson Goode, Philadelphia (Pa.) (Blacks, Politics and government)
Blacks in Blue
87
Black firefighters, Black police
You Can Go Home Again
97
Blacks (Social conditions), Parent-child relationship
When You're in Miami
100
Miami (Fla.) (Description and travel)
Black memorabilia
101
Black collectibles
The Bahamas
102
Resorts (Bahamas), Paradise Island (Bahamas)

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