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Creating Positive Race Relations

What You Can do to Make a Difference

by Editor Taylor Cox Jr.


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/20/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 88
ISBN : 9781664210653

About the Book

This workbook responds to one of the defining issues of our time, namely how to counter racial division and effect positive change in inter-racial relations. It provides a tool for personal learning as well as for team and organizational development on the subject of racial dynamics. It is designed to assist individuals, groups and organizations to take action in the interest of creating and nurturing positive race relations. Based on the insights and experiences of twelve contributors, the book offers a clearly defined 12 step process for learning and action. It responds directly to the call coming from many quarters in recent months for a plan of action to change how race impacts life in the United States and other countries with racially diverse populations. Although targeted specifically to address racial conflict and division, the principles in the book have application to other forms of societal tensions such as exist in the political, economic and law enforcement arenas.


About the Author

The book has 12 contributing writers who each wrote stories and commentaries for the book. Some of these authors also wrote discussion questions. Biographical sketches of these contributors are included at the end of the book. The editor and principal author , Taylor Cox Jr. is an internationally known speaker, consultant and author on subjects related to human social-cultural diversity. He has published extensively on racial dynamics. His book “Cultural Diversity in Organizations: Theory, Research and Practice” was co-winner of the prestigious national book award of the National Academy of Management. He is a former tenured Associate Professor of Business at the Ross School of Business of The University of Michigan and has consulted on organization change related to workforce diversity with numerous organizations including Alcoa, Elli Lilly, The U.S. Department of Justice, Exxon, Phelps Dodge and Weldaloy Specialty Forgings. He holds B.S. and MBA degrees from Wayne State University and a Ph.D. in business administration from the University of Arizona.