Randal and Jeffrey have drawn inspiration for Black Faces in White Places from a myriad of sources including books, music, quotes, people, and more. Here you can learn more about some of the influences that have not only shaped them but also inspired them to write Black Faces in White Places. After you have learned about the various inspirations for the book, be sure to also check out the music, videos, and lyrics that reflect the “10 Game-Changing Strategies” by clicking here.
Black Faces in White Places draws ideas and content from a long list of literary works spanning business, education, popular culture, psychology, leadership, sociology, organizational development, philanthropy, race relations, self-help, and social commentary, as well as various biographies and autobiographies. Continue reading