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The authors share a common goal of wanting to help solve some very entrenched habits and destructive games that have blocked racial equality in America. In the days of slavery, people were judged by the color of their skin, even by the different shades of color, thus preventing the slave population from uniting and building group strength. This book brings historical perspective and personal experience to define the game of racial inequality and offers hope for an America that will be truly diverse and where people will be valued for their individual contributions.
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Howard Bowens, Ph.D. is a senior consultant and former assistant professor at Wayne State University. He has worked as a consultant with Fortune 500 companies. Jarrow Merenivitch, Sr. is a retired human resources executive. He is co-author of "Toward a Multi-Cultural Organization."
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