6 edition of An Equal Chance found in the catalog.
by Transworld Publishers Ltd
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||512|
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Equal Chance for Education (ECE) is a (c)(3) whose mission is to enable opportunities for higher education without regard to race, religion, or nation of birth. ECE has supported scholars at 15 TN colleges and universities. A Fair Shot/An Equal Chance. A Handbook for Vocational Students in Non-Traditional Programs. Project SCOPE Book #2. Riley, Susan. The major laws guaranteeing students and workers equal opportunity in education and employment are summarized. Appended to the handbook are lists of sources for further information.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: American Library Association. Equal chance. Chicago, American library association, (OCoLC) The Great Depression hit Americans hard, but none harder than African Americans and the working poor.
To Ask for an Equal Chance explores black experiences during this period and the intertwined challenges posed by race and class. "Last hired, first fired," black workers lost their jobs at twice the rate of whites, and faced greater obstacles in their search.
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