Sexism and Racism in Corporate America Exposed
Author Daisy Jenkins spotlights the injustices against women and African Americans in her book.
In the male-dominated world of Sanger International Corporation, being a woman is a major disadvantage, and the odds are heavily stacked against Hillary.
Retired executive and author Daisy Jenkins exposes the unequal playing field of corporate America for people of color and women in her book, Within the Walls: A Journey through Sexism and Racism in Corporate America. This novel was featured in the 2016 Tucson Festival of Books at the University of Arizona campus.
After three months, Hillary Montgomery, Jenkinsís protagonist, has finally landed a job at a prestigious IT consulting firm. Hillary is more than competent, and she knows it. However, as an African American female, she will need more than skills and confidence to thrive in Sanger International Corporation. More than the hectic workload, the biggest threat to her continued employment is the arrogant and hostile vice president, Darryl Kelsey.
In the male-dominated world of Sanger International Corporation, being a woman is a major disadvantage, and the odds are heavily stacked against Hillary. Daisy Jenkins uncovers the everyday struggles of people of color, especially women, as they navigate the murky waters of racism and sexism. From the disparity of treatment among employees to the deliberate denial of opportunities, Jenkins doesnít spare any detail.
Within the Walls is an unapologetic exposť of the widespread sexism and racism in corporate America. The heroineís experience will open the eyes of readers to the harsh realities within those pristine corporate walls.
Within the Walls
A Journey through Sexism and Racism in Corporate America
Written by Daisy M. Jenkins
Kindle | $8.99
Paperback | $14.95
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Daisy M. Jenkins is the president of Daisy Jenkins & Associates. She has over thirty-years of experience as a human resource executive in Fortune 500 companies. A number of her articles have been published by The Root, Ebony.com, and the Huffington Post. She is a passionate advocate of education and the plight of young African American males.
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