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Discussion of when to use distributive versus integrative negotiation techniques as well as attitudinal structuring (influencing the other side) and intraorginizational bargaining (getting consensus among those you represent). This book was published a long time ago but there was a review written as recently as August, 2015 in 'Industrial and Labor Relations Review'.
Racism as structural violence and the ways in which we ingest and then reproduce it. The author argues that neutrality or "not a racist" is not enough, one must be actively antiracist in order to do the work of combatting structural racism.