PhD, Social Policy and Social Research, 1964
Florence Heller School of Brandeis University
Community Leadership Award, National Council of Negro Women, 1988
Marie Peters Award, National Council on Family Relations, 1989
DuBois, Johnson, Frazier Award, American Sociological Association, 1992
Distinguished Scholar Award, 1991
Pioneer Sociologist Award, Association of Black Sociologists, 1993
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