How Social Networks Drive Black Unemployment

5.6.13 Black Unemployment


“While exclusion or discrimination is illegal, inclusion or favoritism is not — meaning it can be more insidious and largely immune to legal challenges.” Nancy Ditomaso draws that conclusion as she explains how the lack of strong networks among some Blacks prevent them from attaining the same opportunities as other races in the job market. To read more, click here.

Tags: Affirmative Action, “The American Non-Dilemma: Racial Inequality Without Racism.”, Black Unemployment, favoritism, NANCY DITOMASO, Opinionator, racism, Rutgers Business School. Bookmark the permalink.

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