“In America, we no longer simply say – I am an American. It’s more about race now, that is the problem,” says the founder of a U.S. based public relations and marketing consultancy, Woodley Auguste, featuring programs on racism and tribalism in America.
Woodley Auguste is a seasoned professional with over 15 years experience, an American PR guru who has publicized or overseen the marketing of numerous promotional campaigns including 12 New York Times bestsellers and the million copy best-selling books, The Harbinger and 23 Minutes In Hell.
He states: “What’s taking place is that we have seen in just the past 10 years a real pivot from the values of American exceptionalism.”
“Many of those things that have been integrated into society, where we once thought we have arrived at the pinnacle of post racism, where we even had a black president, President Obama, and that there was going to somehow become a utopia. We have all realized the emperor has no clothes.”
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Woodley Auguste says: “It’s a fallacy. There are many problems that are present and now people are much more cognizant of that because unfortunately, those problems are beginning to surface all the more, where there is a level of unrest and distrust for not just political office, but also the media.”
“The things that we are hearing where there is a political correctness that’s exemplified, where it’s taboo to say and speak truth.”
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