What Price Dependency? A Report on a Washington Problem. AFRICAN AMERICANS - WASHINGTON D. C., Junior Village Committee.

What Price Dependency? A Report on a Washington Problem

Washington DC: Junior Village Committee / D.C. Health and Welfare Council, 1959. First Edition. Octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet; pictorial card wrappers; 61pp. Near Fine, with mild dusting to wrappers; internally clean, tight and unmarked. On the lack of economic educational, and housing opportunities among Washington's post-war African-American community. Published under the auspices of Junior Village, the notorious Washington group home for "needy" children that was shuttered in 1973 after revelations of rampant physical and sexual abuse. 2 locations in OCLC, only one in North America (Howard University).

Price: $125.00

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