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What This Book Offers You

Imagine walking into a job interview knowing the deck is stacked against you, simply because of your skin color. It’s a harsh reality that many black men face, despite equal qualifications and skills as their white counterparts. “Race and the Invisible Hand” by Deirdre Royster takes you behind the scenes of a labor market where the rules are not the same for everyone.

You’ll explore how race plays a critical role in employment opportunities, through Royster’s rigorous analysis of two groups: 25 black men and 25 white men, all with similar vocational training and entering the same job market.

The Core Findings

This book isn’t just about presenting problems; it offers a nuanced look at why disparities exist. Royster meticulously examines each man’s educational achievements, work ethic, and values to determine if personal deficits are to blame. Spoiler alert: they’re not. Instead, the real game-changer is access to networks—those insider connections that often dictate who lands a job and who doesn’t.

Why You Need to Read It

If you’re someone who seeks an honest conversation about racial inequality in the workplace or if you’re involved in hiring and want to understand how bias can infiltrate even with the best intentions—this book is for you.

You won’t find any fluff here, just hard-hitting evidence that challenges us to rethink how opportunity is distributed in our society. It’s more than an eye-opener—it’s a call to action for anyone committed to equality and meritocracy.

So go ahead, be part of this crucial dialogue by adding “Race and the Invisible Hand” to your reading list today.

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