Barriers and Bridges: An Action Plan for Overcoming Obstacles and Unlocking Opportunities for African American Men in Pittsburgh. A Report from The Heinz Endowments’ African American Men and Boys Task Force. Key Findings.

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Page Count
31
Year Published
2015
Author (Individual)
Simms, Margaret.
McDaniel, Marla.
Fyffe, Saunji D.
Author (Organization)
Urban Institute.
Resource Type
Report
Resource Format
PDF
Supported by The Heinz Endowments, the Urban Institute has examined the structural barriers that contribute to differences in African American and white men’s access to economic opportunities in Pittsburgh, specifically in employment and entrepreneurship. This action plan outlines recommendations for community leaders in Pittsburgh to help reduce or eliminate these barriers and enable African American men to improve their economic position. The study findings are summarized in a separate report, Structural Barriers to Racial Equity in Pittsburgh: Expanding Economic Opportunity for African American Men and Boys. (Author abstract)

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