Chain of Change

Chain of Change

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Chain of Change is a history of the black community in Boston from the fifties through the seventies. Mel King shows how black consciousness and power have developed through the struggles around jobs, housing, education, and politics. For the future he proposes a strategy of community controlled economic development and political representation which is relevant to any major city.Comm. Against Discrimination, by Black workers, agreed to institute training for 300 Black workers through United Community Construction Workers (UCCW); FHA added Black developers to its list of BURP contractors, providing them withanbsp;...

Title:Chain of Change
Author: Mel King
Publisher:South End Press - 1981

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