African American Male Research


Subject: African American Male Research
Date: Thu, 21 Jan 1999 11:40:54 -0500 (EST)

African American Male Research
(Link inactive 26 January 2005)
(Link active 26 January 2005)

African American Male Research is based in Washington, D.C. and is
edited by Chris Booker. AAMR welcomes articles, abstracts, original
documents, or other information related to advancing the research and
advocacy interests of African American males.


African American Male Research aims to fulfill the burning need for
timely, consistent, and incisive analysis of the social, economic,
and political conditions surrounding the African American male. On a
bi-monthly basis AAMR will:

Summarize the latest social scientific findings most important to the
African American male's interests and status.

Provide timely accounts of the most important news developments
impacting the Black male's status.

Review legislation and related policy developments important to the
African American male's collective interests.

Review and dissect the most important political developments
impacting African American males across the nation.

Analyze economic trends and developments critical to the future
social, economic, and political status of the Black male future.

Advocate projects, programs, and policies in the interests of the
African American male and the entire national Black community.


Original posting date: 
Tuesday, February 23, 1999
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