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SPECIAL ISSUE ON THE LEGACY OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN LEADERSHIP IN SOCIAL WELFARE

Edited by Iris Carlton-LaNey

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • INTRODUCTION: THE LEGACY OF AFRICANAMERICAN LEADERSHIP IN SOCIAL WELFARE - Iris Carlton-LaNey
  • "GENTLE STUDENT BEND THINE EAR TO MY SPEECH:" AN ESSAY ABOUT SOJOURNER TRUTH, ABOLITIONIST AND FEMINIST - Laura Budd Somerville
  • WILLIAM STILL, A PIONEER AFRICAN AMERICAN SOCIAL WORKER 1821-1902 - Audreye E. Johnson
  • TRAINING AFRICAN-AMERICAN SOCIAL WORKERS THROUGH THE NUL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM - Iris Carlton-LaNey
  • NORTH CAROLINA PUBLIC WELFARE INSTITUTES FOR NEGROES 1926-1940 - N. Yolanda Burwell
  • THE HISTORY OF SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION FOR BLACK PEOPLE, 1900-1930 - Robenia Baker Gary and Lawrence E. Gary
  • SOCIAL WORK SERVICES AND SOCIAL WORK TRAINING FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS IN PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 1900-1930 - Tawana Ford Sabbath
  • "ALMOST A PARTNERSHIP:" AFRICAN-AMERICANS, SEGREGATION, AND THE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION - Susan Kerr Chandler
  • A BLACK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MODEL: THE UNIVERSAL NEGRO IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION AND AFRICAN COMMUNITIES LEAGUE 1917-1940 - Aminifu R. Harvey
  • INTERORGANIZATIONAL LINKAGES: SOCIAL WORKERS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NAACP - Linda S. Moore
  • EFFECTIVELY TEACHING AFRICAN-AMERICAN SOCIAL WELFARE: HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT - Wilma Peebles-Wilkins

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Reconstructing the American Welfare State. David Stoesz and Howard J. Karger. Reviewed by Leon Ginsberg, University of South Carolina.
  • Reinventing Government: How the Entrepreneurial Spirit is Transforming the Public Sector. David Osborne and Ted Gaebler. Reviewed by Mark Lusk, Boise State University.
  • Rethinking Citizenship: Welfare, Ideology and Change in Modern Society. Maurice Roche. Reviewed by James Midgley, Louisiana State University.
  • Citizenship and Employment: Investigating Post-Industrial Options. Jocelyn Pixley. Reviewed by James Midgley, Louisiana State University.
  • Human Rights and Social Policy in the Twenty First Century. Joseph M. Wronka. Reviewed by Roland Meinert, Southwest Missouri State University.
  • Protecting Soldiers and Mothers: The Political Origins of Social Policy in the United States. Theda Skocpol. Reviewed by James Midgley, Louisiana State University. Declining Fortunes: The Withering of the American Dream. Katherine S. Newman. Reviewed by David Stoesz, San Diego State University.

BOOK NOTES

  • The Welfare State Crisis and the Transformation of Social Service Work. Michael B. Fabricant and Steve Burghardt.
  • Social Work Macro Practice. F. Ellen Netting, Peter M. Kettner and Steven L. McMurtry.
  • Rethinking Social Policy: Race, Poverty and the Underclass. Christopher Jencks.
  • Support for the American Welfare State. Fay Lomoax Cook and Edith J. Barrett.
  • Structural Social Work: Ideology, Theory and Practice. Robert Mullaly.
  • Welfare System Reform: Coordinating Federal, State and Local Public Assistance Programs. Edward J. Jennings Jr. and Neal S. Zank (Eds).
  • Human Services in Contemporary America. Paul Scmolling Jr., Merrill Youkeles and William R. Burger.

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