HOPKINSVILLE, Ky (PRWEB) June 17, 2014
While the news media today shows racism as ranting conservatives in the vein of Donald Sterling or Michael Richards, racism is more than ranting by rich or famous individuals.
Samuel F. Black had served his country for four years and displayed loyalty to the Catholic university where he worked for a decade, but in the end his employer chose to let him go rather than honor his service. In Black and Born to Succeed, Black shines a light on issues of employment discrimination, racial discrimination, and the shameful treatment of veterans in the United States.
“The book is about discreet discrimination in employment practices by some of the country’s largest employers, which benefit from government source funds and manipulate the system by means of politics, religion, and capitalism,” Black said.
Black is no stranger to standing up for what he believes is right, as he served in the United States Air Force in the 1970s.
“Employment discrimination here in America must end or equal opportunity is just rhetoric,” Black said.
With Black and Born to Succeed, the author hopes to open minds and hearts and end discrimination once and for all.
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Black and Born to Succeed
By Samuel F. Black
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About the author
Samuel F. Black served in the United States Air Force from 1970 to 1974 as a jet engine mechanic on the B52 Bomber. He was division staff chief auditor and cost price analyst in a Midwestern model city in 1993 and professional research and sponsored programs accountant administrator with one of the nation’s leading higher education Catholic Universities in the Midwest for more than a decade. He now provides volunteer childcare for a military active duty service member and volunteers as a professional business administrator for a non-profit community development organization in the Midwest.
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