They Stole It But You Must Return It

Author: Richard Williams
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781502392442
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THEY STOLE IT, BUT YOU MUST RETURN IT is an excellent manual for the black family and black youth. This book looks at the black slavery experience in America, how these experiences affect the black family, and the health status of blacks today. This book also offers methods and ways for the black family to become strong and for its members to be healthy. This book takes a unique approach to examining the historical aspects of the black family. Its distinctive approach makes for extraordinary reading. Its reading is clear, precise, and brings new understandings to the many facets of the black family. This book should be read and shared by all people of African descent. It is a primer for the holistic approach to black survival.

Who Stole The American Dream

Author: Hedrick Smith
Publisher: Random House Incorporated
ISBN: 0812982053
Size: 76.58 MB
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Recounts how the American dream has been dismantled over the past forty years by legislative, electoral, and corporate decisions that have compromised the middle class and minimized individual economic and political power.

Who Stole The Christmas Cake

Author: Manya Singh
Publisher: Notion Press
ISBN: 1948424916
Size: 71.88 MB
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Christmas is just around the corner for three friends Clara, Kate and Ariel. Clara's family is organizing a Christmas party for all her friends, relatives and neighbours. The most rousing part is that the centerpiece of the party is the million dollar Christmas cake but, before these three friends could even celebrate, someone steals the Christmas cake. The girls are in a terrible soup and must catch the thief. Soon they embark upon a trail left out by bizarre characters and clues leading to a puzzling turn of events. Will they be able to catch hold of the thief or will this million dollar cake mystery remain unrevealed? Who Stole the Christmas cake? is a charming thriller mystery book for young readers. Let’s solve the mystery with these friends in their exciting quest!

A Tombstone As My Crown Fool A King King A Fool

Author: Gregory Bell
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1483584267
Size: 12.92 MB
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The Proposal I wrote the book to provide awareness unto glaring sociological issues. I looked into my life and I saw a lot of mistakes. I made mistakes due to my lack of comprehension. I feel a person should be accountable for his or her actions. I found that society has placed obstacles that hinder and do not contribute to the development of the human being. Thus, the human has to adapt to the confusion called changing conditions. I know that life is a struggle that can only be conquered with effort. The greater the effort one applies can dictate his or her outcome in life. I want my book to simply say “This is not the way, but there is a way” And I wanted my book to say even if you have to make a way out of no way. I have ventured the earth for 25 years consumed by the demonic drug crack cocaine. It devastated my life. I was sexually abused as a child and raped with a knockout drug more than once. So, homosexuality was placed over my mind as well. It devastated my mind and my life. In this book I reveal how writing this book healed my life. It grieves me that I am only now finally ready to do the will of GOD in my life. The blessing GOD gave me meaning my wife showing me love. Her demonstration was about the love GOD gave humans. The demonstration I exhibited made my pain salivate drooling destruction all over the smoothness of her love. She showed me the proper way to love GOD. I must be Kamikaze in the attainment of GOD love and favor. I find the love of GOD in my writing of this book. This helped me to rediscover my lost concept of love. And that is the theme of my book how I discovered how to love myself and everything that is important related to my existence. I had to rekindle the passion. I once felt as a youth to understand the illustrious history of the black man and woman as they related to God. This book reveals some of the wisdom and knowledge I found. I then reasoned unto myself if I can write a good book about my life and the truth about God within the religion called Christianity. Then, just maybe I could get some people talking about these glaring sociological issues. I wanted to relate unto them as how they pertain to God (Christianity). I wanted to illustrate certain facts as they relate to the black man and woman. History indicates they have a special relationship with this religion and that certain key facts have been hidden from sight in plain sight. I also presented my story in a way that embraces all of us to heal from the event that was meant to take away love. I indicate we have been romanticizing slavery. For it was about the destruction of humanity and not the promotion of humanity. I wrote this book at first just wanting to heal, and I wanted to show my descendants that I wasn’t that bad of a guy. I want them to beware of the many perils in life when you don’t include a spiritual relationship with God as the most important aspect of your life. I tried to indicate in my book. That the demonstration Christ performed upon the earth defined love. I know love is what every religion is about. Humankind with me included has been staging our own performances acting like something outside of the meaning of love. I tried to capture the pain a life apart from God can sometimes experience. I wanted to present that I needed the whole message and not a percentage. The pain I went through required me to seek my ancestors in order to heal properly. My manhood and sense of what is a man had been destroyed. So, I show that the truth is not being presented like Christ would want it to be. I feel that the people would actually rule this country If we all came together and loved Christ In the manner he wants: One Church. Firstly, this action would cripple racism and a healing process of an astronomical proportion would begin. I truly believe this action alone can heal the world. And all I have done is to ask the people on the earth to do what is right. I feel like I must reiterate I have only now regained th

The Life And Confessions Of A Black Studies Teacher

Author: Cecelia Louise Hatshepsut Arrington
Publisher: BYE Publishing Services
ISBN: 9780965673921
Size: 59.88 MB
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A poignant account of the experiences of a Black female growing up in the segregated South. Dr. Arrington describes how she overcame poverty and racism to be selected by Huey P. Newton and the Black Panther Party to head the first Black Studies program in the country.Dr. Arrington shares her insights from teaching Black studies for over thirty-two years. She provides a formula to assist teachers with developing a curriculum that addresses the unique academic needs of inner-city Blacks.

Black Man Made In The U S A

Author: ALFRED A. DAVIS
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1450069053
Size: 47.53 MB
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This writing is not to be anywhere close to an absolute or a proven scientific study. It is only meant to advance the thought and induce curiosity, to consider the history of the African Americans and ponder the possibilities of the effects of slavery upon this race of people. This is only a theory that is for the advancement of thought.

Who Stole The Funny

Author: Robby Benson
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061756091
Size: 22.98 MB
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A Hollywood insider draws from his four decades of experience to create a scathingly brilliant and caustically comedic bird's-eye view behind the scenes of comedy television. A wickedly delicious roman-a-clef about the making of a sitcom called My Urban Buddies, this satirical romp of a novel portrays life on the other side of the television lens, hilariously sending up self-serious Hollywood stereotypes across the board. Programmed-for-success director J. T. Baker has to bring an up-and-coming sitcom to fruition after its initial director shoots himself in the head with a nail gun. Comically annotated with helpful and enlightening Hollywood glossary terms ("Creative-type director: One who has no hope of working in this town again"; "Eccentric: Affecting a style of dress, coiffure, speech, mannerisms, etc., carefully calculated to give the impression of creative credibility"), Benson creates an exaggerated world of crazy writers; backstabbing executives, agents, and producers; foul-mouthed everyone-elses; and hardcore cynics—and the ridiculous inner monologues behind them.

The Lion Who Stole My Arm

Author: Nicola Davies
Publisher: Candlewick Press
ISBN: 0763666203
Size: 15.98 MB
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When his ambition to become a great hunter like his father is crushed by a lion attack that causes him to lose an arm, young Pedru is overcome by a desire to kill the lion that mauled him but questions his resolve when an opportunity arises. By the award-winning author of Surprising Sharks.

Who Stole The News

Author: Mort Rosenblum
Publisher: Wiley
ISBN: 9780471120322
Size: 21.50 MB
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An eye-opening look at how the top media covers world news. Explores the pack mentality that drives reporters and how it distorts what we know about global news, economics, wars, human rights and more. Vividly illustrated with incisive anecdotes, it argues that while individual reporting is at its peak, the system is less reliable than ever. Analyzes coverage of recent hot spots such as Iran, Somalia and Eastern Europe. Features interviews with media stars.

The Sexually Traumatized Psyche Of The Black Woman

Author: Richuz Tetia
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1466988177
Size: 68.64 MB
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This book, if carefully studied, will first introduce the black woman to her psyche and, secondly, help her control what is in her psyche. This book is a journey into a mind that has been sexually traumatized. It will help her to understand that thoughts of negativity are controlling every aspect of her life. This book allows the black woman to face the deep dark secrets that are hidden in the psyche, and it allows her a doorway to real change.