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Book Exhibit of Bettye Ann Marshall’s Untold Accounts of Race-Fueled Corporate Injustice at the San Diego Union-Tribune Festival of Books

The San Diego Union-Tribune Festival of Books 2023 featured a number of publications that were not afraid to discuss the most heated, controversial topics simmering in American politics. For Bettye Anne Marshall, that topic is racial injustice in corporate America. Her book, “Black Women In Corporate America: The Underrepresented,” was among the exhibits and shared her many experiences with the still-pervasive racial biases impacting women of color.

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

The 7th San Diego Union-Tribune Festival of Books saw a great number of readers eagerly browsing a vast library of book exhibits that covered various topics.

Of course, this included many new publications that were not afraid to talk about hot-button issues such as racial and gender inequality.

A great example is the boldly titled “Black Women in Corporate America: The Underrepresented.” The book was exhibited with the help of ReadersMagnet, a book marketing and self-publishing company.

Marshall has been a long-time counselor to many abused women, with a number of her clients coming from various backgrounds, including corporate employees. She’s also an Arkansas native and has witnessed racism firsthand while growing up.

Black Women in Corporate America documents not only instances harassment and mental abuse but also the clear influence of social injustice still oppressing minorities and people of color. These include incidents involved in the hiring process, wage negotiations and selection for promotion. It even exposes the various racially-charged labels being used by predominantly white administrators and recruiters.

And lastly, it told of the many times where all these reported incidents were brought to the people who could effect change, yet change didn’t happen. Like many books on racism and inequality, Black Women in Corporate America calls out the people in positions of privilege for maintaining a deafness to the pleas of victims.

Plenty of visitors were able to read these accounts for themselves. For those who want a copy of Bettye A. Marshall’s “Black Women In Corporate America: The Underrepresented” or learn more about the author and her works, visit

“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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