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This book tells the story of Victor Onafuye who immigrated to the United States of America at an early age to achieve the American dream and experienced racial discrimination as an African American minority living in the United States. The book covers his humble beginning as a young man growing up in Nigeria West Africa where he attended elementary and secondary schools. It covered his academic and social life at the University of Illinois where he received a bachelors of Science degree in engineering. He entered into the job market after graduating from college as an engineer and again experienced discrimination in hiring and housing. He later on went to Governors State University to further his education and received an MBA degree in Business Administration and Computer Information Systems and went back into corporate America as an analyst and consultant. He had to fight discrimination during most of his employment career and later started a technology company which he successfully ran as the President and CEO for several years before the American economic troubles forced him back into the job market. He later on received a Doctor of Practical Theology degree from Masters Graduate School of Divinity. The book examines some of the issues and problems facing black men and other minorities in America and offered some insightful solutions to those problems.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2012
    • Ano:  2018
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2020100678044
    • ISBN:  9781477133590

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