Sticking It Out At Xerox By Sticking TogetherElizabeth Lesly
It all started in 1971 with the disappearance of Algy Guy. The 10 other recently hired black sales reps in Xerox Corp.'s Washington (D.C.) office had no idea why their colleague had abruptly left the company. The mystery ate at everyone. "We didn't know what happened, but if it happened to Algy, it could happen to us," recalls Gilbert H. Scott, who joined Xerox earlier that year.
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