Roving camera

Gilbert, James
March 1995
New York Amsterdam News;3/18/95, Vol. 86 Issue 11, p13
Presents various citizens' answers to the question on the existence of Afro-American racism and its effect on their career goals in the 1990s. Includes president of VISHEG Enterprise Inc. Henry E. Greenup's comment on the visibility of racism; Former computer-operations-technician, Charles Ewell's experience of racism; Robert Moore's comment on racism as eternal.


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