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The Known World

The Known World

by Edward P. Jones
388 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Blackout By Candace Owens ePub
by Candace Owens
320 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 4,967 Downloads · New!
“Blackout: How Black America Can Make Its Second Escape from the Democrat Plantation” is a book for all Americans. Well written, well reasoned, and well informed. As we are awash in disinformation, Blackout, grounded in historical fact, is a game-changer. This book is incredibly well written, well-reasoned, well-documented, and timely. Candace Owens can come off aggressive. However, if you actually listen to what she says, she is full of common sense. She is a no-nonsense voice in a world that is loud and distracting.
Black Man in a White Coat
by Damon Tweedy M.D
304 Pages · 2015 · 1.16 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Black Man in a White Coat: A Doctor’s Reflections on Race and Medicine” is a great biography book of Damon Tweedy. Damon Tweedy is a graduate of Duke Medical School and Yale Law School. He is an assistant professor of psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center and staff physician at the Durham VA Medical Center. Black Man in a White Coat is a must-read book for anyone who is interested in how race and medicine intersect, from the development of young black talent to the unfortunate racial disparities in health care distribution and outcomes. Tweedy puts the personal touch on a number of issues of intense concern to all of us today.Dr. Tweedy book reveals the story of inequities in medical care in our country as well as difficulties like he faced as a medical student and young doctor. Furthermore, Dr. Tweedy has done a masterful job of telling his story of defeating the odds and becoming a doctor. All in all, Black Man in a White Coat is a heartbreaking memoir of Dr. Damon Tweedy.
by Candace Owens, Larry Elder
320 Pages · 2020 · 2 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
“Blackout: How Black Americans Can Make Its Second Escape from the Democrat Plantation” is an inspiration and guide for us on the way of progress and prosperity in life. The author tells us reality of Democratic government. The fact filled book is written by Candace Owens and Larry Elder. She has served as political commentator, host of Candace Owens Show and also tells us that the leaders do not full fill their promises once they got the seat. The book enlightens that the public is tired of such leaders and every time when a new candidate stands in election they give vote to him or her happily and expect a better future for them and their country but all the leaders won only by black votes and then start looting the country and public. The book is written by giving the example of Africans and Americans but the situation is same everywhere and black tickets are common part of every democratic election system. In short, the book is highly informative; fact filled and makes us realize that our vote is not to be sold. So, it is a must read book for those who love politics and want to become a successful leader.
Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome
by Joy Degruy
252 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 6,424 Downloads · New!
The “Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome: America’s Legacy of Enduring Injury and Healing” is an African American Demographic book. Joy Degruy is the author of this book. In this book, Joy Degruy describes African American people. In 1865, Africa was hunted like animals, sold, tortured, captured, and raped. After reading this book, it will open reader eyes to consider how certain traits, attitudes, and behaviors have been passed down through generations. Multigenerational trauma due to 246 years of American Chattel Slavery and systematic racism has left a large seeping open wound in the minds, bodies, and souls of the descendants of American slaves. They have to focus on rebuilding their emotional physical mental and financial selves as well as their children. It is important to be aware that although most notable because they are Americans, Afro Americans have a different experience to various other groups of black people. I recommend this book for all community leaders, therapists, teachers, policymakers in order to stop the perpetuation of PTSS. To sum it up, Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome is an informative history book for the reader about the African American community.
Men We Reaped
by Jesmyn Ward
272 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Men We Reaped: A Memoir” is a heartfelt memoir book. Jesmyn Ward is the author of this great book. Jesmyn received her MFA from the University of Michigan and has received the MacArthur Genius Grant and the Strauss Living Prize. She is the winner of two National Book Awards for Fiction for Sing, Unburied. She also has written numerous fiction novels and all of them are interesting. In this book, Jesmyn tells she lost five young men in her life. The reason behind these deaths is suicide, accident, and drugs. She decided to write about the experience of living through all the dying. Jesmyn grew up in rural Mississippi and she writes about the pressure this brings on the men, who do not have rights and the women who still stand-in for the family in the society, the men are often absent. She also lost her brother and father and write about them in detail, how they escape from her family life. Furthermore, she shows us how to listen to those who cannot often make demands to be heard. Jesmyn talks about the deaths of her closest people whom she lost in a span of five years. To sum it up, Men We Reaped is a warmly heartfelt memoir book for all the readers.
12 Years a Slave
by Solomon Northup
248 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “12 Years a Slave” is a wonderful book that describes the biography of Solomon Northup. Solomon Northup was an African-American carpenter who was born free in Minerva, Essex Country. In this memoir book, we read about Solomon. This awesome book was written more than 150 years ago and still an easy read and it will engage the reader from start to the end. It describes the real story of Solomon, who was born and raised as a freeman in New York. He lived with the American dream, her beautiful wife and two kids. He lives very happy and spends more time with his family. Solomon can’t think to stay away from his loving family because he loves too much with daughters and wife. But one day, he was trapped from his home by slave traders who specialized in the awful practice of kidnapping free black citizens and export them into slavery. Torn from his home and family, Mr. Northrup endured the worst that can happen to a human being and still live. To know more about Solomon life, then read this best-selling book. In short, 12 Years a Slave is a great memoir of Solomon.