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Bettye A. Marshall’s Frank Observations On Race-Fueled Corporate Injustice Soon to Exhibit at the San Diego Union-Tribune Festival of Books 2023

America continues to roil in heated culture war debates surrounding racism, inequality, and the exorbitant privilege of corporate elites. But for Bettye Anne Marshall, the tensions are not a reason to deny the truth of what she’s seen. It’s why she has gone ahead and arranged an exhibit of her book Black Women In Corporate America: The Underrepresented at the upcoming San-Diego Union-Tribune Festival of Books 2023.

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A frank look at the obvious racism still permeating corporate life.”

The San Diego Union-Tribune will hold its own Festival of Books this August 19, 2023, at the University of San Diego, 5998 Alcala Park, San Diego, CA. Among its many exhibits, visitors can find a wide range of books that cover topics that are complex as well as controversial.

However, for Bettye A. Marshall, the topic of racism in corporate America has only been painfully simple and up front in her experience as a counselor. It is why she has bravely gone ahead to exhibit her book “Black Women In Corporate America: The Underrepresented” at the festival with the help of the self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet.

A native of Arkansas, Marshall is just one of many black Americans who experienced racism growing up. She holds a bachelor’s degree in religion and master’s degree in biblical counseling and has been serving women from all walks of life.

Many black women have been the target of the social injustice on America’s corporate ladder. The incidents of racism that she documents in her book include the wide range of labels placed upon them by their white counterparts. It also documents the experiences of several black women who had been unjustly overlooked, be it during the hiring process or in matters of wage increases and promotions.

It is no surprise that Marshall is passionate about her advocacy and is willing to continue to speak out so long as these experiences are ignored and the pleas of black women fall on deaf ears.

Visitors can learn more about Bettye A. Marshall’s “Black Women In Corporate America: The Underrepresented” when it goes on display at the ReadersMagnet booth at the San Diego Union-Tribune Festival of Books 2023.

Visit Marshall’s website at to purchase a copy.

“Black Women In Corporate America: The Underrepresented”
Author | Bettye A. Marshall
Published date | 3/1/2023
Publisher | Self-Publication
Genre | Non-Fiction

Author Bio
A native of a small town in Arkansas. Bettye knows firsthand what racism looks like, early in her childhood. She is an avid reader, who holds a Master degree in Biblical Counseling and a Bachelor’s Degree in Religion. She is an advocate for women and especially for black women whose voices are falling on deaf ears of what we are experiencing in Corporate America.

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