Buckle up!

Richardson, Nicole Marie
September 2000
Black Enterprise;Sep2000, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p28
Focuses on a study which concluded that Afro-Americans are most likely to face a risk of dying in an automobile accident than their white counterparts. Factors contributing to the disparity in automobile accidents between Afro-Americans and whites; Comments from Jim Nichols, director of the Office of Research and Traffic Records for the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.


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