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Black Corporate Executive. Collins-Lowry gives persuasive examples of how employment gains made by blacks through the '80s were rather more marginalized than we like to think?as one executive characterized it, he was "the head black in charge of black," while others saw gains begin to slip as racial pressures subsided. The government's role was crucial, not only in terms of the numbers of black managers it hired, but also through its contracting power, without which too many white firms might have stayed that way.
Black Corporate Executives book. Black Corporate Executives (Labor And Social Change). 1566394740 (ISBN13: 9781566394741).
US Social Security Administration. Black Corporate Executives: The Making and Breaking of a Black Middle Class. More than 30 years of social and political pressure to diversify corporate personnel and management teams has resulted in more black managers but neglible gain for African American men in powerful decisionmaking jobs in corporate America View.
Black Corporate Executives : The Making and Breaking of a Black Middle Class. Part of the Labor and Social Change Series). by Sharon M. Collins. Against the backdrop of increasing ambivalence in the federal government commitment to race-based employment policies, this book reveals how African-Americans first broke into professional and managerial jobs in corporations during the sixties and offers in-depth profiles of their subsequent career experiences.
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Collins, Sharon M. Changing Attitudes of Black South Africans Toward the United States. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1997. Connolly, N. D. B. A World More Concrete: Real Estate and the Re-making of Jim Crow Florida. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 1989. Hull, Richard W. American Enterprise in South Africa: Historical Dimensions of Engagement and Disengagement.
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A list of books, journals, handouts, and web sites featured during Black History Month 2001 in an exhibit in the Business Reading Room. Prepared by Angela Wilson and Gail Austin Business Reference Services. Science, Technology, and Business Division. Collins, Sharon . 1947- Black corporate executives : the making and breaking of a black middle class Sharon M. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1997. 20th Century Great American Business Leaders Database.
Labor and Social Change. Black Corporate Executives. By (author) Karen Messing. Throughout the book, Messing captures the everyday reality of workplace tasks and stress - from lifting boxes to juggling mental tasks under pressure to the emotional labor of caring for upset or abusive people - by combining on-site observing with listening to the workers' descriptions of their work lives.
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