The African American Entrepreneur: Challenges and Opportunities in the Trump Era, 2nd Edition

by
W. Sherman Rogersauthor

W. Sherman Rogers is professor of law at the Howard University School of Law in Washington, DC.

The African American Entrepreneur: Challenges and Opportunities in the Trump Era, 2nd Edition

20191025

Praeger

Pages 440
Topics The Black Economic Journey from the 1600s to the Civil War;The Reconstruction Era: 1867–1877;Government-Imposed Segregation: Jim Crow Dances with the US Supreme Court;Black Economic Enclaves under Government-Imposed Segregation;Race and Ethnicity: African American Studies

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The African American Entrepreneur: Challenges and Opportunities in the Trump Era, 2nd Edition

Author(s): Rogers, W. Sherman;
Contributors: Rogers, W. Sherman;
Abstract:

This second edition provides both a history of black entrepreneurship in America throughout all periods of American history and a roadmap that explains the steps that prospective entrepreneurs must take to achieve success in business.


• Analyzes whether President Trump's legislative agenda is good for African Americans and African American businesses

• Provides an update on how the Great Recession of 2008 affected black businesses and black people in general

• Examines recent developments in black business in the areas of technology, music, social media/networking, and government contracting

• Revises all of the statistics in the book to reflect changes that have taken place since December 2009

• Expands on areas of the book that provide solutions to the economic difficulties and other challenges faced by black people and black entrepreneurs in particular

• Provides a current economic assessment of the state of black people in America in light of current and projected political, economic, legal, and sociological factors as we approach the end of the first twenty years of the twenty-first century

SortTitle: african american entrepreneur: challenges and opportunities in the trump era, 2nd edition
Edition: 2
Keyword(s): The Black Economic Journey from the 1600s to the Civil War; The Reconstruction Era: 1867–1877; Government-Imposed Segregation: Jim Crow Dances with the US Supreme Court; Black Economic Enclaves under Government-Imposed Segregation; Race and Ethnicity: African American Studies
Author Info:
W. Sherman Rogersauthor

W. Sherman Rogers is professor of law at the Howard University School of Law in Washington, DC.

eISBN-13: 9781440865619
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Print ISBN-13: 9781440865602
Imprint: Praeger
Pages: 440
Publication Date: 20191025