Professor Culp has aptly warned us that in our discussion of employment discrimination we should not lose sight of the need to address the spectrum of policies affecting the status of African-Americans. Without serious efforts in all aspects of American life (e.g., housing, education, health care, political and economic empowerment) our chances of significantly improving the future for African-American men are slim.
Michael A. Middleton, Small Numbers, Black Men, Precipitous Responses, Big Problems, 23 Cap. U. L. Rev. 267 (1994)