Black Enterprise

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Contents

Africa Today
9
Organization of African Unity, United States (Foreign relations, Africa), Africa
Civil rivalry in Dallas
19
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Dallas (Tex.) (Blacks)
New Wheel at Ford
19
Franklin A. Thomas; 1934-., Ford Foundation
Back to the streets
20
Herbert D. DAUGHTRY, Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) (Blacks, Economic conditions)
ABCs for Teachers
22
Accountability in education, Blacks (Education)
Donald McHenry: negotiating for a new nation
33
Donald F. McHenry
From Selma to Soweto
45
Blacks (Political activities), Investments, American (South Africa), South Africa (Race relations)
Liberation movements in southern Africa
47
GUERRILLAS (Southern Africa)
Notable African leaders
50
Africa (Politics and government)
Operation Crossroads Africa
53
Operation Crossroads Africa

Georgia Colleges: Identity Or Dollars
22
Black colleges and universities (Desegregation), Colleges and universities (Georgia)
Fixing the Blame
27
Sears, Roebuck and Co (Suit against government, 1979), Blacks (Employment), Discrimination in employment
Policy with No Plan
30
Zbigniew Brzezinski, Andrew Young; 1932-., United States (Foreign relations, Africa)
Henry F. Owens Movers, Inc
54
Eddie OWENS, Moving and storage companies
People leasing
59
Temporary employment, Personnel management
African convention centers--East and West
67
Convention facilities (Africa)

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