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By Charles G. Ankrom
The Dialogue on race in America does need to change, but not in the way most people have been programmed to believe. The author presents proof from various segments of society, in support of his proposition that society and the media pander to blacks to such a degree, pursuant to a politically-correct mind-set of reverse discrimination, so ingrained, that it actually poses a barrier to ending racism. Why is it always presumed that whites discriminate against blacks every time a cry of racism is heard? And why are these stories so prevalent in today’s media? “Black lives Matter” and “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” are all that seem to be on the evening news. Yet the facts of some of these cases (Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown) hardly seem to provide adequate poster boys for a new civil rights movement. Hate crimes seem to only get filed against whites, many times for the hanging of a noose. Yet blacks assault whites with cries of “justice for Trayvon” or “remember Michael Brown” and hate crimes are not even considered. Why does society so excessively pander to blacks with such things as Black History Month, The Congressional Black Caucus, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, etc., yet the white equivalent of these do not exist and their very mentioning would bring cries of racism? How can there so blatantly exist a National Association for the Advancement of Colored People which garners a place at the tables of the highest politicians, yet to propose the same type of organization for whites would immediately be labeled racist. Why is it socially accepted that blacks can use the dreaded n-word at will, the word being a staple in rap music lyrics, yet white people dare utter the word and careers are lost? Like the little boy that cried wolf, racism is all America hears. And so much so that the silent white majority is comfortable with just turning a deaf ear, even in cases (Eric Garner and Freddie Gray) where those cries, or at least cries of police brutality, seem to have merit. The author also proposes that a ‘thug mentality’ or ‘thug culture’ is so prevalent among blacks today that it stands as an additional obstacle, perhaps insurmountable, to overcoming racism in America. The silent white majority is tired of hearing the likes of blacks who look, talk and act like Michael Brown’s step father the moment after the grand jury decision in Ferguson was announced, as he vehemently urged onlookers to “burn this bitch down.” The author urges you to read and consider, agree or disagree, but above all to open your mind to the possibility that the propositions herein are true. Because then and only then can the dialogue on race occur that is necessary to defeat the ugly monster of racism.
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By Charles G. Ankrom
The Dialogue on race in America does need to change, but not in the way most people have been programmed to believe. The author presents proof from various segments of society, in support of his proposition that society and the media pander to blacks to such a degree, pursuant to a politically-correct mind-set of reverse discrimination, so ingrained, that it actually poses a barrier to ending racism. Why is it always presumed that whites discriminate against blacks every time a cry of racism is heard? And why are these stories so prevalent in today’s media? “Black lives Matter” and “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” are all that seem to be on the evening news. Yet the facts of some of these cases (Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown) hardly seem to provide adequate poster boys for a new civil rights movement. Hate crimes seem to only get filed against whites, many times for the hanging of a noose. Yet blacks assault whites with cries of “justice for Trayvon” or “remember Michael Brown” and hate crimes are not even considered. Why does society so excessively pander to blacks with such things as Black History Month, The Congressional Black Caucus, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, etc., yet the white equivalent of these do not exist and their very mentioning would bring cries of racism? How can there so blatantly exist a National Association for the Advancement of Colored People which garners a place at the tables of the highest politicians, yet to propose the same type of organization for whites would immediately be labeled racist. Why is it socially accepted that blacks can use the dreaded n-word at will, the word being a staple in rap music lyrics, yet white people dare utter the word and careers are lost? Like the little boy that cried wolf, racism is all America hears. And so much so that the silent white majority is comfortable with just turning a deaf ear, even in cases (Eric Garner and Freddie Gray) where those cries, or at least cries of police brutality, seem to have merit. The author also proposes that a ‘thug mentality’ or ‘thug culture’ is so prevalent among blacks today that it stands as an additional obstacle, perhaps insurmountable, to overcoming racism in America. The silent white majority is tired of hearing the likes of blacks who look, talk and act like Michael Brown’s step father the moment after the grand jury decision in Ferguson was announced, as he vehemently urged onlookers to “burn this bitch down.” The author urges you to read and consider, agree or disagree, but above all to open your mind to the possibility that the propositions herein are true. Because then and only then can the dialogue on race occur that is necessary to defeat the ugly monster of racism.
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By Jacqueline T. Small
Freedomtown is a quiet little town located west of Philadelphia. It was founded by a fugitive slave named Samuel Freeman, who also wrote the town charter, back in 1862. Sheriff Michael Freeman, who is a descendant of the Freeman clan, is charged with keeping Freedomtown safe. He is the youngest sheriff that has ever been appointed, and he has a lot to prove. The Freedomtown Charter prohibits potential residents with a criminal background from residing in the town, but sometimes people slip through the cracks and cause the townspeople to be...living on the edge in Freedomtown. Stone Money Jones is living a double life in Freedomtown. He is the product of a dysfunctional family, which steers him in the wrong directions. It is up to Sheriff Freeman to solve the mystery and restore safety and security to this quiet little town.
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By Gabriel Malzaire
This book focuses on the Caribbean church in its attempt to unravel the significance of the Christ-Event in the Caribbean context. The Challenges for the Catholic Christian in the New Millennium (Part I) articulates the major concerns of the Caribbean church under three main themes, namely, relevance, authenticity, and evangelization. These are presented as the evangelical posture needed for the contemporary period. Christ and Ethnicity in the Caribbean (Part II) attempts, through the use of the notion of the incarnation, to unravel the concept of Christ as Saviour in the Caribbean context. It attempts to show that genuine Caribbean theology is a reflection on the Christ-Event in the lives of its people. It is geared toward helping Caribbean Christians develop a greater sense of self-worth. It purports that Christology must be related to the identity of a people if it is to engender effective pastoral action. Toward a Caribbean Christian Civilization (Part III) gives a comprehensive view of the Caribbean reality in which Christianity is lived. It takes into account the influence of the history of the region, the effects of colonialism, the evolution of its culture(s), its ethnic composition and the dispositions that surrounded it, the challenge of traditional religious elements, and the moral question in its varied dimensions. Finally, it presents some suggestions on what a Caribbean Christian civilization should look like if it is to carry out the mandate of Christ. A Theological Reflection on "Bamboo Bursting" in the Caribbean serves as a postscript. It unravels the meaning of this pre-Christmas pastime in some of the territories of the Caribbean. Short though it may be, the collection provides a fair understanding of the Caribbean church’s experience and its responsibility to be a leaven in the midst of God's people in its particular context.
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By Jacqueline T. Small
Freedomtown is a quiet little town located west of Philadelphia. It was founded by a fugitive slave named Samuel Freeman, who also wrote the town charter, back in 1862. Sheriff Michael Freeman, who is a descendant of the Freeman clan, is charged with keeping Freedomtown safe. He is the youngest sheriff that has ever been appointed, and he has a lot to prove. The Freedomtown Charter prohibits potential residents with a criminal background from residing in the town, but sometimes people slip through the cracks and cause the townspeople to be...living on the edge in Freedomtown. Stone Money Jones is living a double life in Freedomtown. He is the product of a dysfunctional family, which steers him in the wrong directions. It is up to Sheriff Freeman to solve the mystery and restore safety and security to this quiet little town.
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By Gabriel Malzaire
This book focuses on the Caribbean church in its attempt to unravel the significance of the Christ-Event in the Caribbean context. The Challenges for the Catholic Christian in the New Millennium (Part I) articulates the major concerns of the Caribbean church under three main themes, namely, relevance, authenticity, and evangelization. These are presented as the evangelical posture needed for the contemporary period. Christ and Ethnicity in the Caribbean (Part II) attempts, through the use of the notion of the incarnation, to unravel the concept of Christ as Saviour in the Caribbean context. It attempts to show that genuine Caribbean theology is a reflection on the Christ-Event in the lives of its people. It is geared toward helping Caribbean Christians develop a greater sense of self-worth. It purports that Christology must be related to the identity of a people if it is to engender effective pastoral action. Toward a Caribbean Christian Civilization (Part III) gives a comprehensive view of the Caribbean reality in which Christianity is lived. It takes into account the influence of the history of the region, the effects of colonialism, the evolution of its culture(s), its ethnic composition and the dispositions that surrounded it, the challenge of traditional religious elements, and the moral question in its varied dimensions. Finally, it presents some suggestions on what a Caribbean Christian civilization should look like if it is to carry out the mandate of Christ. A Theological Reflection on "Bamboo Bursting" in the Caribbean serves as a postscript. It unravels the meaning of this pre-Christmas pastime in some of the territories of the Caribbean. Short though it may be, the collection provides a fair understanding of the Caribbean church’s experience and its responsibility to be a leaven in the midst of God's people in its particular context.
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By Lawrence D. Taplah
This is about racial profiling in Liberia, and I feel it would be suitable for everybody to know about. Throughout the existing accusatory writing, sometimes Liberians and foreigners have dominant thought about whether racial profiling is ingrained in the people. The founding of Liberia has exalted the descendants of American black free slaves at the expense of descendants of African natives. The accusation of manipulation by each group has intensified the divisiveness of Liberians. Such outflow of hostility has amounted to many wars and the interlocking system to belong in a group for an identity. I want Liberians and non-Liberians to read my book for the capsule of racial profiling, which started in 1821 by agents of the American Colonization Society during an undetermined event and into the twenty-first century.
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By Lawrence D. Taplah
This is about racial profiling in Liberia, and I feel it would be suitable for everybody to know about. Throughout the existing accusatory writing, sometimes Liberians and foreigners have dominant thought about whether racial profiling is ingrained in the people. The founding of Liberia has exalted the descendants of American black free slaves at the expense of descendants of African natives. The accusation of manipulation by each group has intensified the divisiveness of Liberians. Such outflow of hostility has amounted to many wars and the interlocking system to belong in a group for an identity. I want Liberians and non-Liberians to read my book for the capsule of racial profiling, which started in 1821 by agents of the American Colonization Society during an undetermined event and into the twenty-first century.
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By Dr. Marcelino D. Catahan, PhD
“Enhancing Competency of Teachers” is a fundamental teaching-and-learning guide. Its main goal is to learn and develop an enhanced value system (EVS) and practice it in everyday life. Filipinos are known worldwide for being friendly and hospitable. However, without limitations, these traits become the “roots of corruption” in all sectors of Philippine life. This book outlines the sequence of logical modules in teaching-and-learning enhancement programs (TLEP) in the school settings. It is designed for learners in all educational levels, to enhance competencies and effectiveness in human resource development and training. It contains concepts, principles, and strategies for effective teaching and learning. The “Ethico-Moral Theory in Learning” provides five sets of significant rules in learning ethicomoral values to become genuine professionals. Verily, the skill, method, and social competencies of a person are not enough. They must be supported by a quality EVS that will guide the person to think, feel, and act-with strict reverence to the will of God. Many books contained different insights, theories, philosophies, principles, and concepts in teaching and learning that sometimes confused readers in understanding how to learn or teach productively. In contrast, this text is presented in a very simple and logical manner. It advocates for the need of educational change, using EVS as the “key.” It presents simple approach in designing, implementing, and managing TLEP in school settings. It covers elementary modules-i.e., Learning Process; Teaching Methods/Techniques/Strategies; Preparing Daily Lesson; Sequence of Instruction; Selection of Teaching Aids; Speech Techniques; Questioning Techniques; Learning Distractions; Evaluation Techniques, Review/Summary/Reinforcement. Verily, a high school graduate can become a very productive professional through reading this book seriously. Today, the main cause of poverty is “corruption.” Poverty creates hunger. Hunger results to crimes. Criminal acts are indicators of degraded ethicomoral values. To have “More Fun in the Philippines,” EVS is a must amongst Filipino people!
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By Dr. Marcelino D. Catahan, PhD
“Enhancing Competency of Teachers” is a fundamental teaching-and-learning guide. Its main goal is to learn and develop an enhanced value system (EVS) and practice it in everyday life. Filipinos are known worldwide for being friendly and hospitable. However, without limitations, these traits become the “roots of corruption” in all sectors of Philippine life. This book outlines the sequence of logical modules in teaching-and-learning enhancement programs (TLEP) in the school settings. It is designed for learners in all educational levels, to enhance competencies and effectiveness in human resource development and training. It contains concepts, principles, and strategies for effective teaching and learning. The “Ethico-Moral Theory in Learning” provides five sets of significant rules in learning ethicomoral values to become genuine professionals. Verily, the skill, method, and social competencies of a person are not enough. They must be supported by a quality EVS that will guide the person to think, feel, and act-with strict reverence to the will of God. Many books contained different insights, theories, philosophies, principles, and concepts in teaching and learning that sometimes confused readers in understanding how to learn or teach productively. In contrast, this text is presented in a very simple and logical manner. It advocates for the need of educational change, using EVS as the “key.” It presents simple approach in designing, implementing, and managing TLEP in school settings. It covers elementary modules-i.e., Learning Process; Teaching Methods/Techniques/Strategies; Preparing Daily Lesson; Sequence of Instruction; Selection of Teaching Aids; Speech Techniques; Questioning Techniques; Learning Distractions; Evaluation Techniques, Review/Summary/Reinforcement. Verily, a high school graduate can become a very productive professional through reading this book seriously. Today, the main cause of poverty is “corruption.” Poverty creates hunger. Hunger results to crimes. Criminal acts are indicators of degraded ethicomoral values. To have “More Fun in the Philippines,” EVS is a must amongst Filipino people!
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By Clenora Hudson, PhD
“So help me God, until my dying day, I’m going to be fighting this thing. I’m not going to be fighting color. I’m not going to be fighting creed. I’m not going to be fighting anyone’s belief, so long as it’s a safe and sound one, so long as it doesn’t reach out and destroy me or destroy someone else. . . . We should stand up, we should make a stand once and for all, we should say that we’re going to live as men and women.” (Excerpt, Mamie’s 2nd speaking engagement in South Bend, IN, following the trial in Money, MS , OCT 1955--Hudson-Weems, Emmett Till: Sacrificial Lamb of the Civil Rights Movement, 1994, p. 240) The fervent prayers of Till’s mother, Mamie Till Mobley, for everlasting justice and transcendent mercy have been finally answered through this gripping narrative by Dr. Clenora Hudson-Weems. Emmett speaks eternal truth to power. —Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis Jr.--President and CEO National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) Truly we have witnessed it all. We have seen the anger, felt the pain, endured the violence. From submissiveness, to rebellion, to assimilation, at last Emmett’s story and Whitten’s redemption bring true heroes and iconic models for us all. —Aubrey Bruce--Senior Sports Columnist New Pittsburgh Courier In Emmett, Clenora gives us all that we need to advance to positive 21st. century race relations, which could greatly curtail racial domination thus, escalating to racial healing. A cause célèbre, coming on the heels of The Butler, 12 Years a Slave and Selma, Emmett no doubt is both timely and urgent! —Barry Morrow--Oscar Award Winning Co-Writer of Rain Man and Producer
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By Michael Spencer Hayes
The story begins in the simple home of a boy, Jimmy, in a rural Georgia town in the 1930s. What unfolds is the singular tale of an unlikely youngster who grows up to be not only the President of the United States but an inspirational winner of the Noble Prize for Peace. Jimmy Carter dreams of being a sailor and escaping his one horse town to see the wide world. He achieves his goal beyond even his wildest imaginings but suddenly gives it all up to return to his home following the untimely death of his beloved father. Jimmy works to fill his daddy’s shoes, and his tireless efforts ultimately lead him to the White House, where he experiences both fantastic triumph and devastating failure. He then spends the remainder of his life, to date, achieving an unprecedented redemption. This beautifully written book, Jimmy Carter: With Family, Friends and Foes, includes twenty-two poignant and telling photographs. In addition to Jimmy's own story, the author examines some of the most important and influential figures in Jimmy’s life. These people include his deeply troubled and misunderstood alcoholic brother, Billy; his zealously idealistic mother, Miz Lillian; and his precocious, turned political radical, daughter, Amy. Ted Kennedy, Menachem Begin, Anwar al Sadat, Hyman Rickover, Medgar Evers, and other historical figures are prominently featured in the narrative.
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By Michael Spencer Hayes
The story begins in the simple home of a boy, Jimmy, in a rural Georgia town in the 1930s. What unfolds is the singular tale of an unlikely youngster who grows up to be not only the President of the United States but an inspirational winner of the Noble Prize for Peace. Jimmy Carter dreams of being a sailor and escaping his one horse town to see the wide world. He achieves his goal beyond even his wildest imaginings but suddenly gives it all up to return to his home following the untimely death of his beloved father. Jimmy works to fill his daddy’s shoes, and his tireless efforts ultimately lead him to the White House, where he experiences both fantastic triumph and devastating failure. He then spends the remainder of his life, to date, achieving an unprecedented redemption. This beautifully written book, Jimmy Carter: With Family, Friends and Foes, includes twenty-two poignant and telling photographs. In addition to Jimmy's own story, the author examines some of the most important and influential figures in Jimmy’s life. These people include his deeply troubled and misunderstood alcoholic brother, Billy; his zealously idealistic mother, Miz Lillian; and his precocious, turned political radical, daughter, Amy. Ted Kennedy, Menachem Begin, Anwar al Sadat, Hyman Rickover, Medgar Evers, and other historical figures are prominently featured in the narrative.
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By Kimberly Griffith Anderson
Walton and Kori are now Pastor and First Lady of St. Matthew Baptist Church. They are raising their daughter and son in Charlotte, North Carolina. These two hardly have time to sort though the mess Walton inadvertently creates in the church. Without divulging their own past (and present) marriage issues, they hope that counseling and prayer will mend the troubled marriages of several members of their church. Other titles by this author: But I Love My Husband Good Girl Single Dad 19
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By Kimberly Griffith Anderson
Walton and Kori are now Pastor and First Lady of St. Matthew Baptist Church. They are raising their daughter and son in Charlotte, North Carolina. These two hardly have time to sort though the mess Walton inadvertently creates in the church. Without divulging their own past (and present) marriage issues, they hope that counseling and prayer will mend the troubled marriages of several members of their church. Other titles by this author: But I Love My Husband Good Girl Single Dad 19
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