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This summary is provided by IPR based on the original journal article in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill library Denise Hill, Ph.D., examined how public relations was used by the Committee to Combat Racial Injustice (CCRI), the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), North Carolina Governor Luther Hodges, and … Continue reading Public Relations, Racial Injustice, and the 1958 North Carolina Kissing Case

This summary is based on the original webinar material from the Hill Podcast by Dr. Denise Hill. Dr. Denise Hill spoke about minority public relations pioneers that have been excluded from history on her podcast, Hill Podcast. Dr. Hill referred to Scott Cutlip’s two foundational public relations textbooks, The Unseen Power and Public Relations, and A History from the … Continue reading Hidden Figures in Public Relations: Putting a Long Overdue Spotlight on African American PR Pioneers