According to U.S. Census Bureau data for 1980 and 1990, Portland's minority popu
According to U.S. Census Bureau data for 1980 and 1990, Portland's minority population is growing more numerous. One result of the coloring of the city is an increase in the number of corporations and institutions in Greater Portland that are funding diversity awareness training for their employees. Moses Sebunya, cultural affairs coordinator for Portland, and Gerald Talbot, former president of the local NAACP chapter, both view the training with skepticism, saying that the real problem, racism, is not being addressed. Details.
Pluralism (Social sciences), Racism
Holman, Claire, "According to U.S. Census Bureau data for 1980 and 1990, Portland's minority popu" (1994). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. Paper 363.
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