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Marketing communications pioneer and Advertising Hall of Fame inductee Tom Burrell is credited with revolutionizing the image of African Americans in television and changing the face of American advertising. His award-winning work promoted positive and realistic images of blacks and acknowledged the purchasing power of the African American community. Burrell is the founder of The Resolution Project, a nonprofit organization that promotes intra-racial dialogue and community-based new media “stop the brainwash” campaigns. He lives in Chicago’s South Loop area.
It really makes you stop and think about things going on around you!
The book speaks about some of the self-hatred that blacks have for their own race as a result of the myth of the white superiority complex.
I throughly enjoyed this book; even though I was aware and practiced many of the suggestions by Mr. Burrell.
His was a Great Book, I have told countless people of like mind about it. The information of the problems, were the com from in historical origin and the way to free ourselves is... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Travis L. Green
Love this book!! This should mandatory read he hits the nail in the coffin the pass is affecting the present you don't realize it until tom starts pointing certain things out. Read morePublished 3 days ago by christopher brown
Amazing book , I bought it and ended up recommending it to several friends and colleagues. A great read .Published 7 days ago by KARES
Read it, pay attention and re-read. Tom Burrell is just connecting business, buying and spending trends with our underlying psychology of ourselves and our people. Read morePublished 8 days ago by S.
I'm about half way into book a must book for every American.Published 14 days ago by willard valentine
still reading, but great so far. very painful book to read, but very necessary for anyone looking for a deeper understanding into what we witness/experience everyday.Published 15 days ago by hrahman
Great facts, but not a good read. More of a time line dialogue. The book also can be repetitivePublished 17 days ago by pg writer