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

In memory of Roy Wilkins and the struggle that goes on
9
Roy Wilkins; 1901-1981, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Ethnic America: a history (Book Review)
16
Suburban Inequality
19
Blacks (Housing, Migration), Suburbs
Welcome for the defense
20
Mary Welcome, Wayne B. Williams; 1958-., Blacks (Crimes against), Murder, Atlanta (Ga.) (Crime)
FBI's Catch 22
20
Wayne DAVIS, United States Federal Bureau of Investigation, Blacks (Crimes against)
No Place Like Home
43
George Hooper; 1910-., Blacks (Migration, Mississippi)
Beyond Civil Rights
46
Richard Arrington
It Happened in Wadley
49
Billy A. JOHNSON, Wadley (Ga.) (g.), Blacks (Political activities, Georgia)
West Coast wonder women
52
Black women (Political activities), Women's organizations, California (Politics and government)
How to Form Your Own Investment Club
57
Investment clubs

Bad notes in filmland
22
Black musicians, Blacks (Employment), Motion picture music
So You'd Like to Talk with Your Uncle Sam
25
Blacks (Political activities), Government information, Telephone information service
Federal tax law: it's a new ball game
34
Tax planning
Myth of the New South
41
Blacks (Economic conditions, Southern States)
I Hear Them Call it the New South
41
Chet Fuller
Dulce Dominicana
61
Dominican Republic (Description and travel)
Brandy: a Spirit for All Seasons
65
Brandy
Catalogs: let your fingers do the walking
66
Catalogs, Commercial
Protecting Your Photographs
68
Photographs (Conservation and restoration)
Shopping around for good sound
70
Audio systems

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