Survey reveals black women are the least happy Americans

April 1997
Jet;04/14/97, Vol. 91 Issue 21, p14
Informs that a national survey revealed that African-American women are the least happy Americans. Who conducted the survey; African-Americans and women experiencing negative feelings overwhelmingly more than whites or men; Responses from various female African-American psychologists.


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