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Titel: Why Do White People Smell Like Wet Dogs When...
Verlag: Y Forum
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Gently used. Expect delivery in 20 days. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9780967597102-3
Inhaltsangabe: Based on the award-winning and headline-grabbing web site Y?, "Wet Dogs" features real people in no-holds-barred cross-cultural conversations about race, sex, religion and other terrifying topics.
Über den Autor: Mr. Milano is Director and Editor-in-Chief of Y? The National Forum on People's Differences. He is also the founder of The National Diversity Newspaper Job Bank, regarded as the nation's premier newspaper recruiting site for minorities and women. He is chairman of the Recruitment and Youth Development Committee of The Newspaper Association of America's Diversity Board, as well as a featured keynote speaker at diversity-related professional conferences and seminars. Mr. Milano has a national reputation on diversity communication and recruitment, and his articles on these topics have appeared in Presstime and The American Editor. He is a 14-year newspaper veteran and an editor for The Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville.
Mr. Lane is a former Los Angeles Times editor, freelance writer and newspaper consultant. He currently resides in New Orleans.
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