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The Social Situation Of The Black Executive: Black And White Identities In The Corporate World

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This chapter deals with author own life, a life of one who has dedicated himself to understanding the workings of race, racial identity, racialization, and racism in order to be more able to fight for social and racial justice, through an autoethnographic lens, to critically question his own current lived experience as it relates to racial stories and racist structures, and to utilize the master's tools to create new, inclusive, and just houses. The chapter talks about the difficult road for all of us in assessing the possibility that white lives, in their current form, in this current capitalistic, neoliberal society, are a central form of covert racism. It concludes with some preliminary suggestions for what can be done and call all who care about human rights, social and racial justice to think about this argument and to consider the various methodologies implied in the contours.

Keywords:covert racism; racial justice; white lives

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