AprašymasAs the title suggest, Mel King has had many "uncommon" experiences and this book, volume II, documents the continuation of them. The book highlights the many challenges that a Black individual face in regards to recognition, promotion, and acceptance in the corporate arena. Mel had just left the Air Force after his four years of service and began his career in the corporate world. It was in the early seventies, only about six or seven years after a group of ladies helped America put a man into space and orbit our planet by the ability to preform calculations that computers do today; and, they received very little recognition for their effort. However, those ladies proved that, "Black can make a difference." Not much had changed by the time Mel left the service and entered the job market.