On Friday, September 18, 1998, the Advisory Board to the President's Initiative on Race concluded its work and presented its final recommendations to President Clinton. Their report, One America in the 21st Century: Forging a New Future, gives members of the Advisory Board an opportunity to share with the President their observations on what they saw and heard about race and its impact upon communities throughout the country. The Board report also offers recommendations on specific steps that should be taken to eliminate racial disparities experienced by people of color.
Full report (1,414 kb)
Executive summary (92 kb)
Report without appendixes (814 kb)
Appendixes (426 kb) Supplement (29 kb)
Changing America: Indicators of Social and Economic Well-Being by Race and Hispanic Origin, a report by the Council of Economic Advisers for the President's Initiative on Race, was also released on September 18, 1998. By providing much needed information about racial disparities, this statistical chart book provides the basis for an informed discussion about the problems faced by people of different races and backgrounds in America.
Also available is the Accomplishments Report for the President's Initiative on Race, which was updated as of September 16, 1998.