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In 1965, Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan sparked a firestorm when he released his report "The Negro Family”, which came to be regarded by both supporters and detractors as an indictment of African American culture. This title examines the regrettably durable impact of the Moynihan Report for race relations and social policy in America, challenging the humiliating image the report cast on poor black families and its misleading explanation of the causes of poverty.

Produktbeschreibung
In 1965, Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan sparked a firestorm when he released his report "The Negro Family”, which came to be regarded by both supporters and detractors as an indictment of African American culture. This title examines the regrettably durable impact of the Moynihan Report for race relations and social policy in America, challenging the humiliating image the report cast on poor black families and its misleading explanation of the causes of poverty.
Autorenporträt
SUSAN D. GREENBAUM is a professor emerita of anthropology at the University of South Florida. Her book More Than Black: Afro-Cubans in Tampa won several awards and was selected as a Choice Outstanding Academic Book of 2003.