Abstracts of Contributions and Profiles of the Authors

June 2003
Review of Black Political Economy;Summer/Fall2003, Vol. 31 Issue 1/2, p3
Academic Journal
Presents abstracts of several articles concerning immigration in the U.S. "Economic Well-Being of Black Americans: The Overarching Influence of U.S. Immigration Policies," by Vernon M. Briggs Jr.; "Immigration and the Black-White Color Line in the United States," by Jennifer Lee, Frank D. Bean, Jeanne Batalova, and Sabeen Sandhu; "Occupational Context and Wage Competition of New Immigrant Latinos with Minorities and Whites," by Lisa Catanzarite


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