Black football players tell why integration doesn't always work off the field

October 1996
Jet;10/07/96, Vol. 90 Issue 21, p52
Looks at racial integration in the National Football League. How Afro-American and Caucasian players don't spend time together off the field; The tendency to spend time with players of similar backgrounds; The ratio of Afro-American to Caucasian players; Comments from players.


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