ATR Premium 6 – Keith R. Wyche – Preview

Why do people of color still face a cement ceiling in corporate America? Why is not enough to work hard and have the right degrees? How can professionals of color overcome racial discrimination in the workplace? Keith R. Wyche is author of Good Is Not Enough: And Other Unwritten Rules for Minority Professionals.

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As President of U.S. Operations at Pitney Bowes, Keith Wyche is responsible for directing approximately 8,000 people and operations at more than 500 sites across the country. As a professional Keith has been recognized for his leadership by Black Enterprise, Diversity MBA and Ebony magazines. He is currently on the Board of Directors of both the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) and the Executive Leadership Council (ELC), a professional organization consisting of the top African-American senior corporate executives in the U.S. He was also recently recognized by the National Urban League as an “African American Man of Distinction.” Keith received his BBA from Cleveland State University and his MBA from Baldwin-Wallace College.

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Duration – 12:21
File Size – 8.5 MB

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ATR 94 – missing black children

Why don’t black children garner the same kind of media attention white children do when they go missing? What does it say about how your racedetermines the value of your life?

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A freelance writer and blogger with strong opinions, Latoya Peterson writes about the intersections of race and pop culture – but also finds time to discuss video games, anime, manga, gender, feminism, and hip-hop. She currently edits the blog Racialicious and has contributed to Bitch Magazine and the American Prospect. She also contributes to Cerise, the online magazine for girl gamers, and Clutch Magazine.

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Duration – 30:06
File Size – 20.7 MB

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ATR Premium 5 – Lori L. Tharps – Preview

Why is black hair so political? How have African-American hair styles impacted American popular culture? What economic impact has black hair had on our history and society? Lori L. Tharps is co-author of Hair Story: Untangling the Roots of Black Hair in America.

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Lori L. Tharps is a freelance journalist, author, editor, teacher and mom. A former staff reporter at Vibe magazine and correspondent for Entertainment Weekly, Lori has written for Ms., Savoy, Suede, Bitch and Essence magazines. She is co-author of the book “Hair Story: Untangling the Roots of Black Hair in America,” a chronological look at the culture behind the ever-changing state of black hair — from 15th century Africa to the present-day United States. She blogs at My American Melting Pot.

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Duration – 17:32
File Size – 12.1 MB

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