A Struggle Worthy of Note: The Engineering and Technological Education of Black Americans

A Struggle Worthy of Note: The Engineering and Technological Education of Black Americans

A Struggle Worthy of Note: The Engineering and Technological Education of Black Americans

A Struggle Worthy of Note: The Engineering and Technological Education of Black Americans

Synopsis

Not surprisingly, African Americans have faced considerable obstacles in pursuing careers in engineering in the United States. Wharton has constructed the first history of black efforts to advance in this field from Emancipation to the present, as well as the reactions from state and federal agencies and from institutions of higher education. A pioneering effort, this book makes many telling points on the movement of a disadvantaged minority into a technologically advanced society.
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