A Black History Reader: Questions You Never Thought to Ask
by Claud Anderson
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Publication Date: Oct 01, 2016
Imprint: Powernomics Corporation of America
Publisher: Powernomics Corporation of America
Parent Company: Powernomics Corporation of America
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Black America, as a group, is on the bottom of every social and economic indicator. The bottom status of Blacks has been and is an intractable issue. It is also politically incorrect to openly discuss race and Blacks. However, if Blacks are to survive and prosper in a multi-cultural and diverse society, political correctness will have to be discarded.
The purpose of this book is to provide information to illuminate a path from underclass status to a better quality of life. The 140 questions and answers in this book are not from the traditional point of view of professional historians, teachers, text books and popular media. Instead this book focuses on the underlying reasons for the status of Blacks in today s society and recommends solutions.
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