Must Have Books
“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn. ”
This is especially true for offspring of American Slaves, no matter the extent of their formal education because information that drives us to be self-doubting and to have a feeling of being less valuable is not included in any course of study offered at educational institutions.
There are great sources of information that can be obtained at other outlets, however. We owe it to ourselves and to our offspring and community to learn as much accurate information as possible about how we got where we are, the American economic system, and the actual way in which our so-called system of justice actually works. We need to apply our learning to build sustainable communities and contribute the full measure of our capabilities to our nation.
A must read for anyone who is interested in a fresh perspective on understanding of racial issues in America. The psychological impact of slavery, across generations, is clearly set forth. Insights are critical to Descendants of American Slaves realizing their potential for self-fulfillment.
Sociological and economic impacts of existing as a people without a clearly defined history or tribe is explored. The author offers a name that provides a starting point for uniting the offspring of American Slaves: Descendants of American Slaves. Solutions offered are also critical to the nation’s moving forward.
This book shows readers how to create structured networks for economic, political, and social empowerment. It provides a blueprint for solutions to a frequent problem faced by many organizations: people placed in leadership positions do not have the skills and/or knowledge to succeed.