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by Samuel F. Yette

Download The Choice: The Issue of Black Survival in America ePub
  • ISBN 042503190X
  • ISBN13 978-0425031902
  • Language English
  • Author Samuel F. Yette
  • Publisher Berkley Pub Group (June 1, 1975)
  • Formats azw doc azw doc
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1941 kb
  • Size Fb2 1419 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 272


Yette explains how the concept of job support for African-Americans, to address AA unemployment and other societal grievances, was played out with great PR/marketing, but which actually simply served as a means for making some more money for well-connected government contractors. Their educational systems and gizmos - fancy typewriter/word processor dealios, et. were presented as media for training/improving workforce, but were actually just a means to shuffle money form here to there amongst the well-connected. Yette got discouraged by reality, and eventually left the charade.

Yette had a high governmental position in the heady, enthusiastic post-civil-rights government activism days, when we were going to cure all of society's ills from the top-down. I have just gotten through the first part, about the 1970s effort to address African-American unemployment. Yette explains how the concept of job support for African-Americans, to address AA unemployment and other societal grievances, was played out with great PR/marketing, but which actually simply served as a means for making some more money for well-connected government contractors.

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The Village Voice: "Samuel F. Yette has written not only about Black Survival in America, but also about the chances for survival of the most fundamental liberties of everyone in this country

The Village Voice: "Samuel F. Yette has written not only about Black Survival in America, but also about the chances for survival of the most fundamental liberties of everyone in this country. To say that this is a vital book is to understate the case. The Dayton Daily News: "All of us should read it carefully as a warning & a challenge to all men of decency. Originally published in 1971, this award-winning book is now a classic in political non-fiction, used on scores of college & university campuses in such diverse areas as political science, economics, education, history, psychology & even in literature.

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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780911253009. Release Date: January 1988.

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Folsa
Thought provoking. Well documented. A must read for anyone wanting to know why it's so hard for people of color to advance in these United States. The government, on all levels through it's conscious policies, laws, historic practices, ignorance, outright racism, places enormous barriers in the way of African-Americans who want nothing more than freedom, equity and rights guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States upheld.
Fiarynara
This book is heavy! Every African home should have a copy - this is certainly knowledge they don't want us to have.
Rich Vulture
What BLACK people need to see in this book is the FACT that WHITE SOUTHERN DEMOCRATS have hijacked the racial narrative that they so deserve and that belongs to them. They have convinced 90%+ of black people that the Republican Party is evil. This book proves different. The Rice Cup was orchestrated by white southern democrats on national and local levels to systematically starve black people. I did not read the book intending to find this information, but read it due to the fact it was suggested reading from an anti-abortion film I had watched, MAAFA 21. So when I began reading this issue about the Rice Cup, I ventured further to see just to see who these white, Rice Cup southern congressman were: DEMOCRATS on appropriations committees. If anyone black remains a Democrat after reading this book, just ignored 50-60 years of history in which we have been hoodwinked.
Tholmeena
Excellent book. Still relevant today. A must read.
Enalonasa
Yette had a high governmental position in the heady, enthusiastic post-civil-rights government activism days, when we were going to cure all of society's ills from the top-down.
I have just gotten through the first part, about the 1970s effort to address African-American unemployment.

Yette explains how the concept of job support for African-Americans, to address AA unemployment and other societal grievances, was played out with great PR/marketing, but which actually simply served as a means for making some more money for well-connected government contractors. Their educational systems and gizmos - fancy typewriter/word processor dealios, etc., were presented as media for training/improving workforce, but were actually just a means to shuffle money form here to there amongst the well-connected.

Yette got discouraged by reality, and eventually left the charade.
I love Mercedes
My husband needed this for source material in his research. He had a copy of this book some time ago, but lent it to someone and never got it back. I was happy to find it at Amazon.com. He in turn was happy to have it back in his library.
Xar
This book should be required reading for every American citizen. Every citizen
Very informative good memory refreshing book about true American history.