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Click for more detail about Blackphobia - Bluephobia: Police Race and Rage in America by D.T. Pollard Blackphobia - Bluephobia: Police Race and Rage in America

by D.T. Pollard
Book Express (Jul 21, 2016)
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There is a crisis in the United States that exploded during the summer of 2016. Levels of distrust between the Black community and Police community seemed to spiral out of control. Two separate events, one in Minnesota and one in Baton Rouge, Louisiana that resulted in the deaths of two Black men at the hands of police officers seemed to be the straw that broke the camels back. Protests erupted nationwide. During one of those protests frustration transitioned in deadly violence after the end of a peaceful demonstration when a man armed with an assault style rifle unleashed death in Downtown Dallas, Texas. Five policemen were killed and several other injured, including protesters by his gunfire. A few days later another lone gunman traveled hundreds of miles to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the city where a black man was killed by police earlier, and killed three policemen. Other incidents were to come. It seemed that a level of mutual anxiety and fear had build up between the police and Black communities had developed and it has to be resolved.


Click for more detail about Secrets of a Baby Mama 2 by D.T. Pollard Secrets of a Baby Mama 2

by D.T. Pollard
Book Express (Jul 09, 2016)
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Tameka’s happy marriage to Terrance unexpectedly explodes when she confronts him with information he didn’t know she had. They have an intense face-off that ends in a shocking manner. In a fit of anger Terrence tells Tameka that the best she can expect out of life as a baby mama is to be a man’s other woman. Tameka is suddenly thrown back into life as a single mother raising three children on her own. While still fighting the stereotypes attached to being an unwed mother, a man comes into her life that she never expected. Every time happiness seems to be within Tameka’s reach a ghost from her past comes back to haunt her. Refusing to give up, Tameka tries to rebuild her life with the help of her best friend Lindsay. Can Tameka overcome the setbacks dealt to her and find happiness again?


Click for more detail about Secrets of a Baby Mama by D.T. Pollard Secrets of a Baby Mama

by D.T. Pollard
Book Express (Jul 09, 2016)
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A small-town pregnant teenager was thrown out and disowned by her family because they could not tolerate the thought of who the father of her unborn child was, but she was taken in by her best friend’s family. Later, the two young women struck out for the big city and found that life was far harsher than they imagined. Lindsay Wilson was determined to survive and did what it took to support her family, even if some called her a THOT baby mama because of her profession, but she was hiding a secret about her child’s father that would shock the nation when it came to light. The revelation of the identity of the father of Lindsay’s child led to pain, death and renewal. Lindsay refused to be defined by the view others had of her and cut her own path in the world.


Click for more detail about Obama Guilty Of Being President While Black by D.T. Pollard Obama Guilty Of Being President While Black

by D.T. Pollard
Book Express (Sep 22, 2009)
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OBAMA GUILTY of BEING PRESIDENT WHILE BLACK examines how the shadows of oppressive Jim Crow laws played a role in the hate spewed towards the 44th President of the United States. The role of race and gender was front and center during the presidential campaign. How a woman was used as a human shield by the Republicans is also clearly illustrated. Barack Obama received a mandate in the general election. A few months later, it was a curious sight to witness people gathered around town hall meeting sites bearing signs depicting the President as Hitler, socialist or a tyrant. Some even carried guns and a pastor prayed that Obama would die. A Republican Congressman even called President Obama a liar on national television during his health-care speech to a joint session of CongressThere was something much deeper at play with President Obama and it centered on his race. Find out how questions about the President’s birth, religion, economic policies and patriotism were all smoke screens for feelings as old as the United States itself.

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Click for more detail about Tarp Town U S A by D.T. Pollard Tarp Town U S A

by D.T. Pollard
Book Express (May 12, 2009)
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The United States experienced the emergence of an economic crisis in the last quarter of 2008 that was the worst since the Great Depression. It quickly became evident that the cause of this financial meltdown was a perfect storm of multiple factors including irresponsibility, greed and lax oversight. Some hardworking citizens found themselves living in foreclosure riddled neighborhoods and tent cities that the author has labeled - TARP Towns - after the Troubled Assets Relief Program approved by Congress in October of 2008. ESSENCE® bestselling author D T Pollard expresses a unique view on the economic crisis that exploded onto the scene in 2008 and describes how that financial downturn may save the United States of America from itself.



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