A survey of African Americans in Madison, 1966

The Negro in South Madison

Although Madison had a somewhat dispersed African-American population compared to many other northern cities, African-Americans in Madison suffered from many of the same disabilities such as limited educational and employment as did African-Americans elsewhere in Wisconsin.   As a result, a disproportionately large number were employed in service and unskilled positions rather than better paying white-collar jobs. The data in this pamphlet was compiled from interviews conducted with 143 adult African Americans in South Madison.

Related Topics: Industrialization and Urbanization
Wisconsin's Response to 20th-century change
Post-war African-American Migration
Desegregation and Civil Rights
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Pub Data: Madison, Wisconsin, 1966?
Citation: The Negro in South Madison. (Madison, Wisconsin, 1966?) Online facsimile at:  http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/search.asp?id=1802; Visited on: 9/29/2022