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Saving the African American from Cradle to Grave: Instructions to the Blackman In the 21st Century a Textbook for Success

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My idea to write this book centers on the desire to educate my own people. Here, I am referring to the Black-African American Man, in particular. Although I may not be the most well-known Negro in America, I do feel that I have acquired certain knowledge that if widely dispensed and utilized, will definitely have a positive impact on my brothers out there in America trying to survive. The information I intend to relay originates from my experiences in the world, my formal education, the Bible and religious studies, as well as my knowledge acquired in being a member of the most often discussed, but most often misunderstood, Secret Society of all time. I am referring here to the Masonic Fraternity (Prince Hall Affiliation) of which I have been a member for well over the last twenty (20) years. Brothers, the time is now. Our time has finally come to advance and be recognized for who we really are and for the greatness of our legacy.
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ISBN
9781483416717
Published
September 30, 2014
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
133.85 KB

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