Year Published: 1984

Authors: Bette Woody, Michelene R. Malson

This paper examines the crisis in workplace issues facing the more than one-half million employed black women who live below the poverty line. Using U.S. Census statistical data, the report considers the impact of continuing bias in hiring, underemployment, low wages, and workplace benefits, as well as the anticipated impact of future employment losses through job export and automation.

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