William Julius Wilson solving Black inner-city poverty /
The poorest neighborhood in the U.S. is not an isolated southern mountain hollow or a Midwestern farm county blasted by drought, but a four-block stretch of public housing on the South Side of Chicago. Most of the residents are black, on welfare, and living in dysfunctional families. But as woebegon...
|Published:||Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, [c2008]|
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