Understanding Black Culture

By Carole Copeland Thomas, MBA, CDMP, CITM

At Last! The Guidebook That Explains Black Culture! A guidebook to help business leaders, salespersons, civic leaders, and educators navigate the complexities and cultural dynamics within the black community.

A quick but powerful read! Each section is well researched with books, articles, and websites. 20 Pages That Will Leave You Asking For More!!

Buy Copies Of Understanding Black Culture For… Senior Executives Who Need To Know Sales Professionals Who Interact With Black People Human Resource Professionals Persons Born Outside of the United States Travel Professionals Who Do Business With Black Americans

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WHAT THIS GUIDEBOOK HAS TO OFFER

Understanding Black Culture is a guidebook to help business leaders, salespersons, civic leaders, and educators navigate the complexities and cultural dynamics within the black community.



  • The Black Family Through Carole's Eyes
  • Which Term Is It? African American or Black?
  • Slavery In The United States
  • Are All Black People Born Into Poverty?
  • Are Black People Good Consumers?


  • The Black Church
  • Understanding Black Hair
  • Light Skinned - Dark Skinned
  • Black People, Food, and Music
  • Black Organizations
  • Black Travel, Tourism & Family Reunions



“Black children are often trained to call any adult Miss, Mrs, or Mr as a sign of respect. Calling an adult by his/her first name is strongly discouraged.”

Understanding Black Culture

A Guidebook For All

20 pages packed with information about the black church, slavery, hair, food, and the ever-sticky light skinned-dark skinned phenomenon. 

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Experience and Facts

This guidebook is written and based on the experience and knowledge of Carole Copeland Thomas, a 31 year entrepreneur who has traveled & worked throughout the US and around the world. She knows black people and articulates the differences and similarities between African Americans, Caribbean Americans and 1st-2nd generation Africans in America.

A Word From The Author

“I am a proud 7th generation African American. My goal in creating Understanding Black Culture is to help people from all walks of life appreciate and comprehend the complexities of black people born in and out of the United States .”


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