1 edition of Fly In The Buttermilk found in the catalog.
|Statement||Archie Boston Graphic Design|
|Publishers||Archie Boston Graphic Design|
|LC Classifications||November 1, 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
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They are also using the film as a tool to educate, create space for conversation and reconciliation, and to prevent acts of micro aggression and student-to-student discrimination. In 1928 Brown secured membership in the PGA of America.
Aaron did not realize that he had only been hired to make the company seem as if it promoted racial diversity. That same year the PGA added the following amendment to its constitution, Article III, Section I: "Professional golfers of the Caucasian Race and their assistants, over the age of 18 years and residing in North America or South America, who have served at least three years in the profession either in employ of a golf club or as an assistant to a qualified professional shall be eligible for election to membership, and in addition thereto the Association, in representative assembly, may elect any number of honorary members and from Fly In The Buttermilk honorary members may elect an honorary president and not to exceed two honorary vice-presidents.
For example, in this excerpt Baldwin talks to an old man of the south. He served at numerous clubs in New Jersey before his death in 1973, 12 years after the "Caucasian-only" clause was eliminated from the PGA's constitution. As Baldwin reflected on the 9 years he spent in Europe he noticed that the America he left behind had changed.
Until we change the tint and tone of our workforce, we are just dancing around the edges of our greatest failure. Do we continue to muddle along, or do we find the creativity, the resources, and most important, the will to change? Why is there a lack of will that is inconsistent with the manner in which the profession usually faces a crisis? At the start of his essay, "A fly in Buttermilk", renowned author James Baldwin describes the struggle of people going from one place to another without losing one's identity.
It would be tasked to develop concrete plans and publications, determine model programs, outline possible financial support, create strategies to garner political and media support, and, ultimately, generate a blueprint for successful change. It is time that the issue of staff diversity move Fly In The Buttermilk the top of the priority list for all our museums. And it should not be an onerous obligation.
Baldwin tells of how he has seen picture of people being hung in the south, but this old man has actually experienced it.
and pushes him into a state 1541 Words 7 Pages the lack of resources provided to colored people from a certain neighborhood.
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