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The University of Pittsburgh
School of Social Work
Center on Race and Social Problems
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Opportunities for minority contracting in Pittsburgh
A multi-group structural equation model (SEM) examining asset holding effects on educational attainment by race and gender
Asset holding and educational attainment among African American youth
Direct effects of assets and savings on the college progress of Black young adults
"Hazardous Waste Cleanup, Neighborhood Gentrification, and Environmental Justice: Evidence from Restricted Access Census Block Data."
Unspoken Exclusions: Race, Nation, and Empire in the Immigration Restrictions of the 1920s in North America and the Greater Caribbean
Mentoring programs can build diversity in management
Predicting Savings for White and Black Young Adults: An Early Look at Racial Disparities in Savings and the Potential Role of Children’s Development Accounts (CDAs)
“Faith Matters: Race/Ethnicity, Religion, and Substance Use”
What is Economic Justice and How Do We Attain It?