Black Millennials

Black Millennials

Author: Jacquelin Darby

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781793611826

Page: 138

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Black Millennials is an edited collection of writings that speak to the unique experience of the Black millennial in regard to identity, career, and social engagement in modern society and business. This book is unique in that it is written by Black millennials who are using their knowledge and expertise to speak and give voice to a generation of people who are being overlooked in both research and in the community. This book aptly starts a deeper conversation with a generation that is stuck in between what the future can be and what the past has already created.



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