“The Black Reparations Project” Selected as a Finalist in the Association of American Publishers (AAUP) PROSE Award in Economics

The Black Reparations Project

The Black Reparations Project: A Handbook for Racial Justice (University of California Press) was recently named a finalist for this year's Association of American Publishers (AAUP) PROSE Award in Economics! The PROSE award is one of the most prominent book awards in the university press community.

The book has contributions from a number of Cook Center members and affiliates. It is co- edited by Founding Director William A. "Sandy" Darity, Jr., A. Kirsten Mullen, and Associate in Research Lucas Hubbard, and it also contains chapters from both Dr. Darity and Dr. Keisha Bentley-Edwards, Associate Director of Research and Director of the Center's Health Equity Working Group.

Read more about the award here. And be sure to check out the book on the University of California Press website here.