Houses with no doors

Reid, Calvin; Padgett, Tanya
May 1994
Publishers Weekly;5/23/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 21, p62
Trade Publication
Discusses the American publishing industry's failure to attract more African American, Asian and Hispanic employees into the profession as a significant factor that could adversely affect its ability to reach the growing market of minority readers. Reasons cited for the lack of diversity; Hostile climate; Token diversity. INSETS: Publishing organizations and diversity, by Tanya Padgett.;The role of publishing courses, by Tanya Padgett..


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