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Take A Peak [PDF / EPUB] Take A Peak The works in this urban collection were written as the author was a teenager living in the inner city and in her early adult years as she transitioned into a career in corporate America She pulled the The works in this urban collection were written as the author was a teenager living in the inner city and in her early adult years as she transitioned into a career in corporate America She pulled the collection Take A PDF/EPUB or out of storage recently as her own sons began to grapple with many of the growing pains that teenagers face and she uickly learned that the poetry resonated with and inspired young people Take A Peak is an important collection of poetry that tackles the issues of friendships betrayal faith and modern day polite discrimination and how these issues are processed in young minds This collection is a great classroom tool for literature studies in an urban environment Written by Rita Bautista MBA This collection will provide young and aspiring minority professionals with a candid perspective of diversity in corporate America from the inside out based on the personal experience of the author Rather than scare them away it will prepare them for disguised realities which will strengthen their survival skills The poem 'Friendly Foe' takes the reader behind the facade of a welcoming workplace as even the title suggests Young people of all backgrounds can benefit from taking a peek behind the corporate curtain for insight that can inspire them to be a part of positive change Vicki Lott PhD Provost Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs Huston Tillotson University Austin TX.


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    Rita Vernon Bautista ’87authorFrom On Wisconsin Magazine Spring 2015“Thirty years ago” writes Chicagoan Rita Vernon Bautista ’87 “I was Homecoming ueen at the UW Many said I was the first African American in that role I had also heard that there had been a woman of color who was Homecoming ueen in the ’60s Nevertheless my uncle Calvin Vernon ’54 made black history at the UW in the 1940s as a boxer” And now Rita has made another mark with Take A Peak CreateSpace a collection of her poetry written as a teenager living in inner city Milwaukee and as a young adult in corporate America that addresses friendships betrayal faith “polite discrimination” and how these issues are processed in young minds Her work had been stored in boxes for years until she rediscovered it and created her book to help guide her sons through their teen years


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