Panel on Status of U.S. Blacks

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Following are the members of the Committee on the Status of Black Americans:

Robin M. Williams Jr. (chairman), professor of social science, emeritus, Cornell University

Hubert M. Blalock Jr., professor of sociology, University of Washington

Lee P. Brown, chief of police, Houston

John H. Franklin, professor of legal history, Duke University School of Law

James L. Gibbs Jr., chairman of the department of anthropology, Stanford University

Bernard R. Gifford, vice president of education, Apple Computer Inc.

Nathan Glazer, professor of education and sociology, Harvard University

Beatrix A. Hamburg, director of the division of child and adolescent psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Charles V. Hamilton, professor of government, Columbia University

Joel F. Handler, professor of law, University of California, Los Angeles

Robert M. Hauser, director of the center for demography and ecology, University of Wisconsin

James S. Jackson, professor of psychology, University of Michigan

Stanley Lieberson, professor of sociology, Harvard University

Michael Lipsky, professor of political science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Eleanor H. Norton, professor of law, Georgetown University Law Center

Thomas F. Pettigrew, professor of social psychology, University of California, Santa Cruz

James Tobin, professor of economics, emeritus, Yale University

Phyllis A. Wallace, professor of management, emerita, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Nancy J. Weiss, professor of history and dean of the college, Princeton University

William J. Wilson, professor of sociology and public policy, University of Chicago

Raymond E. Wolfinger, professor of political science, University of California, Berkeley

The following served on the panel on education: Mr. Hauser (chairman); Mr. Blalock; Mr. Gifford; Mr. Glazer; Jennifer Hochschild, professor of politics and public affairs, Princeton University; Lyle V. Jones, director of the Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; John U. Ogbu, professor of anthropology, University of California, Berkeley.

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