From Library Journal
Stith outlines the obstacles minorities face in climbing the corporate ladder and then offers solutions that employees and employers alike can implement to eliminate racist attitudes and make diversity in the workplace a reality.
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"...offers solutions that employees and employers alike can implement to eliminate racist attitudes and make diversity in the workplace..." -- Library Journal, November 11, 1996
"An insider's study of the difficulties encountered by women and minorities in climbing the corporate ladder." -- Publishers Weekly, December 9, 1996
....At a time when Affirmative Action itself is proposed for downsizing and America searches for a new game plan to compete in the world market, Stith's arguments take on an edge... and he plumbs the myths and realities, including reverse discrimination, why it's not so -- The Book Reader, May 1997
Anthony Stith shows us that discrimination and racism must no longer be viewed as a burden but as an opportunity to achieve greatness and our potential -- Evelyn Everett, President/Founder, Antelope Valley African-American Museum, July, 1997
The title of this book speaks for itself, yet the author does not set out to prove anything, but supplies the blatantly obvious facts -- Savoir Faire Magazine, March 1998