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Leading While Black

by Anthony Harris
Publisher: Gatekeeper Press
Release Date: 2021-07-07
Genre: Social Science
Pages: 98 pages
ISBN 13: 1662913737
ISBN 10: 9781662913730
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Synopsis : Leading While Black written by Anthony Harris, published by Gatekeeper Press which was released on 2021-07-07. Download Leading While Black Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Challenges of being an African American leader in a White organization Anthony Harris ... This book adds the term, leading while Black, to the racial justice lexicon and expands the term, working while Black. -- This book is intended to highlight a phenomenon that occurs daily in the lives of Black leaders who serve in leadership positions in predominantly White organizations. Those individuals are evaluated and critiqued with the normal metrics of leadership, but they are also subjected to an additional set of expectations and challenges that do not apply to their White counterparts. The challenges highlighted in this book – regardless of industry or whether in the public or private sector – are the result of systemic racism that commenced in 1619 and remains alive today. The historical and on-going dehumanization of Black people, and the public policies and laws that have sustained it, have been responsible for the creation and maintenance of contemporary racism and its many manifestations.

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