Black Lawyers and Corporate and Commercial Practice: Some Unfinished Business of the Civil Rights Movement, 18 Howard Law Journal 685 (1975)
Some people are beginning to realize that the problems which Blacks face in the 1970s are just as difficult–if not more difficult–than those encountered in the past. It is probably safe to conclude that the struggle of Black people has shifted, for the most part, from eliminating barriers to creating opportunities. Marches on Washington, sit-ins, legislation and court decisions will not be very useful in coping with problems associated with this new phase of the struggle.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Baker, John T., "Black Lawyers and Corporate and Commercial Practice: Some Unfinished Business of the Civil Rights Movement" (1975). Faculty Scholarship Series. 4115.