BLACK CAPITALISM: The Rarest Breed of Women

Heeding the call for social responsibility, many corporations now try to fill managerial posts with blacks or women. An even more logical solution, though, would be to employ persons who can meet the demands of both the N.A.A.C.P. and Women's Lib: black businesswomen. Is this rare breed finally emerging? The answer depends on where one looks. Black businesswomen are practically nonexistent in the executive suites of major corporations. The other side of the token is that they have begun to appear in fields as varied as advertising, stockbrokerage and banking.

To succeed, they must overcome twin prejudices, and that takes...

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