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New Book Aims To Get Races Talking The Truth To Each Other Again
With racism and acts of racial intimidation growing in America, well meaning Americans, both Black and white need to "step up" to insure that racial violence doesn't catch them sleeping like a doped up giant.
With racism and acts of racial intimidation growing in America, well meaning Americans, both Black and white need to "step up" to insure that racial violence doesn't catch them sleeping like a doped up giant. A giant who is too doped up and groggy to stop the upsurge of racism until it is too late. If people put as much energy into fixing human problems as they do into new electronics, they could solve the problems.
This book will surprise some, anger some, rekindle the human spirit in some, re-establish partnerships of the sixties and seventies, and make some laugh, but its main point is to get people to talk to their Black friends at work, politicians in their cities and their neighbors to dispel the myth that there is no race problem in America anymore. What society is seeing today is the shaking off of the "chains of intimidation"
What Your Black Friends Don't Tell You
Author: Carl A. Benson, Sr.
Published: January 2010
About The Author
Carl A. Benson, Sr. is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati during the turbulent Civil Rights Days of the sixties. Carl has been a lecturer at several universities and colleges and taught African and African American History at Defiance College in Ohio and the University of Idaho, Idaho Falls Campus. He also taught Urban Sociology at St. Francis College in Fort Wayne, Indiana. "What Your Black Friends Don't Tell You" is Carl's first book culminating ten years of research and writing. It discusses Carl's opinions and experiences about the plight of white and Black people in America. A must read book for both races.
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Carl A. Benson, Sr.
What Your Black Friends Don't Tell You is available for purchase online from the author's website, publisher, Amazon.com, BN.com and other online retailers.
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