Social Science, Ethnic Studies, African American Studies
A Treatise by Michael E Freeman Saulsberre by Michael E Freeman Saulsberre
Family: The lying, the war, and the wife, is a treatise, about the decline of the nuclear family, particularly in black communities, within the United States. The book compares the United States to the BRIC countries, discussing the difference in ...
This book was written for all readers from eight to 128 years young, located in all fifty states, D.C and beyond. I took microscopic looks at many of the problems we face every day and/or seasons. Those in education, religion, family, jobs, ...
A Lady Who Won The Prize by Ruth Purnell-Wyatt
The remarkable life recounted in this awe inspiring and spiritual memoir begins in The Deep South, in Vaiden, Mississippi. The heroine unyeildingly instilled in her ten children the need to be "Somebody" In life. But the truth was; times were hard ...