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Discrimination happens without effort
Black women human resources managers exist on the margins of organizational power structures, possessing neither race or gender privilege nor positional status. They are understudied in academic research where their issues ...
Courage under fire
The purpose of this study is to examine how Black women learn to negotiate systems of racism and sexism to support their career progression in corporate America. The research questions that guide the study are: (1) What ...
An exploration of black women's leadership development
The purpose of this study was to explore Black women’s leadership development experiences as they pursue a career in elective office in Georgia. In so doing, the following questions guided this study: 1) How do Black ...
Working for a greater purpose
The purpose of this study was to explore the career development of successful Black women faculty employed at a historically White research university. The research questions for this study are as follows: 1.) What is ...