The Shape of 1998

Collison, Michele N-K
December 1998
Black Issues in Higher Education;12/24/98, Vol. 15 Issue 22, p22
Recalls issues, events and developments in the United States in 1998 affecting the higher education opportunities for Afro-Americans and other minorities. Includes race-sensitive admission practices; Challenges to affirmative action; Career change opted for by veteran leaders in the fight for access for higher education among minorities; Conclusion of the work of President Bill Clinton's national advisory board on race.


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