ERIC Number: ED348408
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989-Jan
Reference Count: N/A
Black New Yorkers Status Report. Volume 2.
New York Governor's Advisory Committee for Black Affairs, Albany.
The New York State Governor's Advisory Committee for Black Affairs has published eight policy reports that evaluate State initiatives impacting the lives of black New Yorkers. Special emphasis was placed on the following areas: (1) development of increased opportunities in all aspects of State government; (2) coordination of resources to create effective educational, vocational, and health training programs; (3) evaluation of programs and services provided by State agencies and policy decisions affecting the black community; (4) development of awareness programs to assist members of the black community in identifying and participating in State and local programs; (5) evaluation of proposed State policies affecting blacks; and (6) review of the implementation of affirmative action programs designed to increase employment opportunities in State government. The following reports are described: (1) "The Black Family: Current Crisis/Recent Trends"; (2) "Health: Conditions, Prognosis, Prescription"; (3) "Human Services: Falling Behind"; (4) "Criminal Justice: Crime in the Black Community"; (5) "Immigrants of African Descent: Status Needs Positive Change"; (6) "Economic Development: Implications for Black Entrepreneurs & Communities"; (7) "Labor/Employment: Improving the Labor Market"; and (8) "Education: Crisis & Opportunity." Brief descriptions of newsworthy New York State programs are included. (FMW)
Publication Type: Information Analyses
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: New York Governor's Advisory Committee for Black Affairs, Albany.
Identifiers: New York; Policy Analysis; Research Summaries
Note: For related documents, see UD 027 247-253.