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Sexcessfully Promotions

Dr. Estella Ingram-Levy

Publisher: AuthorHouse

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Summary

This is an extraordinary moving book, one of which that others in the workforce will be able to easily relate to and perhaps share their sexual harassment experiences. This book will help one to identify individuals in key positions, whom you may know were SexCessFully promoted. 

The theme of this book is centered around education, (SexCessFully Promotions in the School System). The author shares stories of her twenty-eight years of experiences in education. She never received a promotion during this tenure because she refused to have sex with individuals in top positions, regardless of having been more than qualified. Unlike many other individuals in the school system, whereas in many cases, violated their morals, values and spiritual beliefs just to leave the classroom and have a title. 

The author shares true cases that she witnessed, as well as others who were willing to openly share horrors of sexual harassment. In many cases, there were some individuals who were either promoted or demoted. In every traumatic case, the result of sexual harassment initiated the death of a classroom teacher who had refused to become sexually involved with her superior. 

Although the events in this book are ongoing, there are suggestions and solutions that one could adopt after having read this book to help prevent and or make known this type of harassment without having to be afraid or undergo any type of manic depression. 

This book is particularly about the authors strength, courage, and moral that she so eloquently and honestly exemplifies throughout the dialogue to help make the public aware of the continuous humiliation that one faces from individuals in decision-making positions. 

Finally, this book exposes the discrimination among individuals in reference to size, age, complexion, and others.

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