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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!
I loved the way the author broke each section down from an advertiser's point of view, as well as the historical origins of each issue that was addressed.
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.
Mr. Burrell goes for the jugular and holds nothing back. I highly recommend this book. If I could I would purchase every AA person this book. It should be discussed in schools.Published 8 hours ago by P. Jackson
This should be required reading for every person of African-American! It will be a must-read for my son when he gets old enough to process this kind of information. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Nikki Smith
A must read for anyone who needs examples of motivation to share and do better. This book details how those with and without can hurt our community unknowinglyPublished 19 days ago by Rachel
Where do i begin....Outstanding and factual information. I found it very hard to put this book down for any length of time without thinking about how much it would mean to have... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Longaxe
Burrell's 30 years of expertise in the industry shines through. It is thought-provoking whether you agree with him or not. It is a must read.Published 1 month ago by D. Kinney
The book reveals why people of color have self-hatred, low self esteem and disconnected communities. All due to to the white superiority complex an American brand of brainwahing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by WINTER