The Late and Great Wallace

An amazing story of an economist that helped get rid of discrimination within the workplace.

Source: Black Enterprise
Source: MIT Museum
Professor Phyllis Ann Wallace (middle right) receives the Westerfield Award, for black economists with outstanding achievements, from the National Economic Association, on February 8, 1982. Also presented (L to R:) Dr. Bernard Anderson (former NEA President), Dr. Margaret Simms (Chair), Dr. Alfred Osborne (former NEA President) Credit: MIT Museum




From the times that the pyramids were raised to the end of the cold war in this publication you will find it all. This is a publication that has been created to tell the stories of forgotten battles and fortunes that have crafted the world that we live in today.

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