Black Scholar, The - Vol. 09 Number 4 December 1977: Funding the Black Community

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The Black Scholar: Journal of Black Studies and Research.
Vol. 9 Number 4 December 1977: Funding the Black Community.

Sausalito: Black World Foundation, 1976.
Staple-bound softcover.
64 pages.

Very good. Minor rubbing and wear to covers. 

Featuring: 

Jobs, Income, Business and Charity in the Black Community by King E. Davis. 

The Federal Government and Black Fund Raising by Lynda King Anderson.

Tax Exempt Funds and Black Economic Development by James A. Joseph.

Developing Black Foundations: An Economic Response to Black Community Needs by Robert S. Browne. 
 
The Tax Reform Act of 1976: Some Implications for Black Fund Raising Organizations by Milfred C. Fierce. 

The Impact of External Public Funding Policies on the Development of Black Community Organizations by Carl Sewell. 

Mutual Aid: A Key to Survival for Black Americans by Alex J. Norman. 
The United Way and the Black Community in Atlanta, Georgia by Earl Palmer.

The Black Scholar Classifieds.