A white-collar profession : African American certified public accountants since 1921 /
This publication provides a history of black exclusion from accounting and the pioneering efforts of the first black CPAs. It chronicles the determination of African Americans who sought to enter the field and gives a broad understanding of links between race, education and economics.
|Main Author:||Hammond, Theresa A.|
Chapel Hill :
University of North Carolina Press,
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|Check holdings at Paniza Library, AUBG||Call Number:||
HF5616.U5 H27 2002eb