Twice as many black women earn college degrees as black men, study reveals

March 1997
Jet;03/24/97, Vol. 91 Issue 18, p22
Reports on the differences between black women and black men earning college degrees. The report `The African American Education Data Book'; Comparison of the percentage of men and women earning first-professional degrees.


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