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Tent City: Stories from the Heart

eBook (PDF), 93 Pages
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Shortly after the release of Tent City: Tragedy Turned Triumph controversy struck... We received several hundred emails and private messages, some threats, from several people who were upset with the book’s outcome. They believed the book seemed to be one sided and fabricated by one individual's story; completely conflicting with how the residents of Charleston, West Virginia described the aftermath of Tent City. This news broke our hearts, as our sole intention was to help the men and women of Tent City. Being strong believers of truth and justice, we thought it was best to have the whole story told. Broken-hearted and angry as hell, we dug deeper into the story connecting with many more of the residents of Tent City and those left in its aftermath. As they shared with us on a deeper level their experiences, we now realize we were misled and crucial pieces of this important story were withheld from us. Now, we are pleased to bring you the true story of Tent City by those... More > who lived it.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781365706622
Published
February 4, 2017
Language
English
Pages
93
File Format
PDF
File Size
453.04 KB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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