Published: Jul 15th, 1998
GAINESVILLE– Black women are significantly less likely to be diagnosed with emotional disorders than their white counterparts, University of Florida researchers report, but what role ethnicity plays in this process is unclear.
Published: Apr 10th, 1998
GAINESVILLE —Just a week after President Clinton returned home from Africa, two professors at the University of Florida hope to continue the focus on the continent and its economy with the release of their book, “African Entrepreneurship: Theory and Reality.”
Published: Mar 30th, 1998
GAINESVILLE — Three decades after the assassination of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., racism remains firmly entrenched in American society, and popular culture and the news media are at least partly to blame, a University of Florida racial relations expert says.
Published: Feb 19th, 1998
GAINESVILLE — Hairdos and pedicures of working-class black women have resulted in new findings for social researchers who are more inclined to focus on welfare woes or middle-class affluence, a […]