By Sister Carol Taylor R.N.
By Sister Carol Taylor R.N.
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Carol Taylor R.N.
Telephone: (718) 856 1271
Web Site:http:// www.racismtest.com
Hospital, Private Duty and Industrial Nursing, Executive Secretary & Office Manager-International Scientific, Ltd.; Executive Secretary to Lord Beaverbrook's son, William Montague, Barbados, W.I.
Assistant Manager: Connor Theatrical Agency,
Managing Executive, Innerlight International (Health Advocacy),
Business Representative, Optimal
Manager: Collier's Encyclopedia
The Daily News, The Observer - newspapers; The Bajan, Hers, The Barbados Nursing Journal, magazines; in New York, U.S., The City Sun, The Daily Challenge, Caribbeat, Our Time, The Black Star, The New York Amsterdam News, newspapers
Public Speaker - churches, private organizations, student government unions, NYC Administration for Children Services, DeWitt Historical Society of Ithaca, N.Y. and Southern District Community Center of Ithaca, Nassau & Suffolk Counties Multicultural Committee Board, Human Rights Commission of Rockland County, NYU, City College, Bronx Community College, Hunter College, Lawrence College, Keane College and many others
Promoter of the Ion Cleanse – New Vital Health Modality
President/Founder: The Institute For "Interracial" Harmony, Inc., a 501 (c) 3 non-profit, charitable organization in
Law Revision: Laws of
Helped to start
Planned & Implemented
Started International Women's Year celebrations in
Was responsible for contacting Canadian Prime Minister Gary Trudeau-appointed Florence Byrd (Canadian Enquiry Into the Status of Women in
Worked with a Bajan group to, for the first time ever, bring the famous poet, Derek Walcott and his Acting Ensemble from Trinidad to perform in
Social activism commentary articles in newspapers and magazines (copies available upon request); The Little Black Book: Black Male Survival in
Inventor of the Racism/Colorism Quotient Test which determines the relative degree of racism/colorism within the individual, with psychologist Dr. Mari Saunders. We are currently administering examinations with the R/CQT Program with - staff, students and organizations, college president, Sociology Department Head, Brooklyn, NY Supreme Court judges - MultiCultural Advisory Boards, psychologists at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice - people finding themselves in difficulties with society's institutionally-conditioned racism/colorism (i.e. Texaco, Denny's, Avis, ATT&T, Coca Cola, John Rocker, Marge Schott, Andy Rooney, Rudy Buchanan, Chris Evert, James MacEnroe, Al Campanis, Mayor Rudy Giuliani, John Ashcroft, Loew's-type discrimination problems, the use of the divisive misnomer, "multiracial," - there's only one race: the human one – on the U.S. Government Census forms). We are introducing the concept of racism/colorism-testing and follow-up counseling for participants in jurisprudence proceedings in the
Met with President John F. Kennedy at the White house in
Testified as Racism/Colorism Expert for the United Afrikan Movement organization before Judge Maldonado, City of
Met the Hon. Malcom X at The March on
Traveled extensively to: Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, Anguilla, Nevis, St. Kitts, Martinique, Guadeloupe, St. Martin, Antigua, Jamaica, St. Vincent, St. Lucia in the West Indies; England, France, Ireland, Canada, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Bermuda, and Nova Scotia and to many of the other states in the U.S.
Water skiing, horseback riding, hiking, ice skating, rollerblading, swimming, tennis, croquet, volleyball, table tennis, billiards, scrabble, Monopoly, bridge, bid whist, Uno, dominoes, soccer(single and mixed-gender teams), folk dancing, horticulture, animal husbandry, blowing bubbles, track, basketball, shooting, bowling, sailing, Chinese checkers, Boggle, tag, marbles, backgammon, double dutch, badminton, horse shoes, snow sledding, hopscotch, hockey(ice and grass), shuffleboard, archery, hide & seek, checkers, wari, peek-a-boo, pick-up-sticks, solitaire, hearts, war, gin rummy, softball, jacks, Trivial Pursuit, crosswords, darts, Free Cell, camping, tic tac toe, baseball, fishing, and reading
Featured in Media
Winter 1996 edition of Flightlog magazine (published by the Association of U.S. Flight Attendants)
February 1999 (Black History Month) in Airways magazine ("Breaking The Barrier") 3 pages Jet, NY, Ebony, Boston Globe, Global Black Woman magazines; in newspapers - Atlantic City Press, Daily News, Daily Challenge, Newsday, New York Times, New Jersey Star Ledger, New York Amsterdam News, City Sun, Herald Tribune, among others locally and internationally. In books: Distinguished African Americans in Aviation and Space Sciences; New York Characters - 4 pages
August 1999: Centerpiece of the WABC TV Program, "Eyewitness To The Century," news program
Mother of Cindy, Larry and Grand Mother of
(Some of them)
Elliotorian Businesswomen's Association 1958; Lion's Club of
Autobiography Completed – Seeking Publisher