This book authored by Deborah Blanks provides a narrative regarding the history of the community action movement in Wisconsin, and the development of the organizations that comprised the state community action association. From its inception in 1964, community action has confronted the broader national, political, and social dynamics which have adversely impacted residents and communities.
This book authored by Deborah Blanks combines vital, real examples of diversity issues with deep insight into the structure of American society. The book provides practical guidance for community leaders, business managers, agency workers and educators committed to maximizing the strengths of our richly diverse people. Storytelling, culture, and diversity tests are used to educate in an entertaining manner. Ideas for resolving key workplace issues are discussed.