Portland State University. School of Social Work
Date of Publication
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Associations -- Oregon -- Portland, Associations -- African American membership, African Americans -- Oregon -- Portland
1 online resource. Digitized manuscript
This is a descriptive study of grassroot organizations in the Black community of Portland, Oregon. The primary objective of this study is to determine whether the Black community of Portland is actively working to improve the socio-economic and political position of the Black residents of Portland, or whether it is disorganized, apathetic, and removed from the main stream of society
To achieve the goals of this study, answers will be sought for the following questions: Are there grassroot organizations in the Black community of Portland, Oregon? If yes, how many are there? Who are the members? What is the nature, scope, and range of their activities? What are their accomplishments? Are leadership roles clearly defined and identifiable? What is the perception of successful leadership in the Black community?
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Copeland, Danny Bernard, "Grassroot Organizations in the Black Community in Portland" (1977). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 2502.