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An Open Letter to ALL Regarding Donald Sterling By Bryant T. Jordan
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Bryant T. Jordan examines not only the exact words of Donald Sterling in the infamous TMZ and Deadspin recordings, but those of celebrities such as Shaquille O’Neal and Magic Johnson, as well... More > as the public’s reaction to such words, He even explores the NBA’s condemnation of such words, the punishment handed down to Sterling, and whether or not such punishment truly fit the crime. Jordan raises important questions such as: Did the media leave out important information that would have painted Sterling in a different light, in favor or creating ratings nirvana? Are politically incorrect words worthy of a far worse punishment than actual criminal actions like assault, rape and even murder? Jordan neither justifies racism nor ignorantly condemns a single individual without first actually examining what that individual said. Simply put, this book is a thought-provoking breath of fresh air and a MUST-READ for sports fans, fans of freedom of speech and just plain free-thinking people everywhere!< Less
Stand for Something or Stand for Nothing By Ebony Jones-Kuye
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After the worldwide press conference with Attorney Gloria Allred in May 2014 to convince the NBA to remove Donald Sterling from ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team, Ebony Jones-Kuye... More > decided to write a book to tell the world about the courageous stand that she and her mother took against one of the richest and prominent men in the world. In 2002, Donald Sterling acquired the Ardmore Apartments in mid-Wilshire Los Angeles, California where Kandynce Jones was living for many years before the acquisition. Kandynce Jones, a Black woman who was legally blind, right side paralyzed due to a bad spinal fusion surgery, and suffered from Sickle Cell Anemia was living peacefully in her apartment until Donald Sterling realize she was Black. As the building management started to change due to the acquisition, overt cruelty towards African-American and Latino tenants began to be undeniable.< Less