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I Hate NY: True stories of life in New York City By Greg Vojtanek
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Experience New York City through the eyes of a local. This is a first-hand account of events that transpired while living in the Big Apple. It’s not the lights of Broadway or a symbolic statue... More > of freedom. This is the dirt, the grit and, yes, even the sh*t. It’s not pretty but it is true.< Less
Benjamin By Gregory McEwan
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The sequel to Gregory McEwan’s FREEDOM CITY, spins a tale of Benjamin Grey’s life five years after his escape from the city at sea. He is indeed a new man. He has moved on with his life.... More > Benjamin owns his own art gallery…and he even finds love; and though the painful memories of his rape and the murder of his close friend Christopher still surface at times, he is determined to remain strong and leave the past where it belongs. But when a mysterious stranger surfaces, Benjamin has no choice but to plunge deep into the past he so wants to leave behind, and suddenly it feels as though he is living in Freedom City all over again. Gregory McEwan’s Benjamin, is a novel of reunions, new discoveries, passions, and even danger.< Less
Benjamin By Gregory McEwan
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The sequel to Gregory McEwan’s FREEDOM CITY, spins a tale of Benjamin Grey’s life five years after his escape from the city at sea. He is indeed a new man. He has moved on with his life.... More > Benjamin owns his own art gallery…and he even finds love; and though the painful memories of his rape and the murder of his close friend Christopher still surface at times, he is determined to remain strong and leave the past where it belongs. But when a mysterious stranger surfaces, Benjamin has no choice but to plunge deep into the past he so wants to leave behind, and suddenly it feels as though he is living in Freedom City all over again. Gregory McEwan’s Benjamin, is a novel of reunions, new discoveries, passions, and even danger.< Less
Eyes By Rosie Burgess
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It’s the year 2146, and a lot has changed for starters there are no wars, no battles and no power struggles between countries. The problem is every government has installed cameras, on every... More > wall, in every house, in every room. There is no privacy to the people of this planet, but with nearly no violence surly that is for the better? Ivy Dillaway is a sixteen years old girl, who has spent every day for the last seven years wishing her brother would turn at her doorstep and ask her to come with her. One day he gets a note to her, asking her to meet him that happens to be on the last day of her education, that day she leaves the city she fears and follows her brother into the world of the unknown. She is told how to fight, she opens up her heart. She sees the ones she cares about fall dead in front of her. She speaks her mind, she saves lives, and she runs from execution all for one thing. Freedom. She spent her life with eyes at everywhere she turned and now it’s her turn to fight back.< Less
2012 Individual Sovereign University Plan By Jim Davidson & Harry Felker
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The 2012 business plan for Individual Sovereign University is an overview of our history and plans. It shows the extensive qualifications of our team members. Additional details and information are... More > available on request.< Less
Beantown By Marie Albanese
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Pictures of the City of Boston, the city of Freedom!
We Look At White People and We Think Oh! My God! - The True Story of Two Racist White Men and The Apartheid Museum® By Mike Stainbank
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"... others expressed disappointment that the institution, The Apartheid Museum, was the brainchild of a White man" (Los Angeles Times - Gold Reef City Casino - December 2001) We would... More > want to interrogate that disappointment. Why does it matter? Is it possible that the disappointment is rooted in the collective memory of Black people who have been dehumanised, appropriated, brutalized and made inferior for so long that we need to affirm ourselves and our achievements? Is this a sign that still we bleed from the vicious assault of colonialism and apartheid? Perhaps there lingers within us a particular sensitivity about what we, as Black people, ought to do for the telling of our story - from our perspective. Perhaps these emotions hark back to the legacy of our historical experiences - lesser, hopeless, helpless and entirely dependent on the White man. We would want to interrogate that.< Less
The Revolt of the Zanj By Henry Moa
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Zanj were constrained African slaves to work with the clearing of the grounds in the south of Iraq. When they were raised, they were joined by the slaves of the cities and the villages. It also... More > profited from the support of certain Arab tribes of the area. Their chief, named Alī ibn Muḥammad, was a man who became aware of their misery and promised to them grounds and richnesses. It managed to rejoin them and to involve them in an insurrection into 869. Al-Muwaffaq, brother and heir to the caliph, Al-Mutamid, managed to mobilize the army and undertook a series of military actions which ensured the victory over the Zanj rebels to him into 883.< Less
Groundswell By Shawn Murphy
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The once booming town of Kohler, Michigan, is now struggling to adapt to the rapid changes engulfing their city. The major auto factory closed and shipped their jobs down south, and new agriculture... More > laws have put a strangle hold on the town’s once fertile farm industry. As the town’s mayor, sheriff and other community leaders dig deeper, they learn of an unholy alliance between government and business that is perpetuating this sinister state of disorder. They learn firsthand that the people behind this disorder will stop at nothing to silence anyone that gets in their way. The leaders scream for freedom, honor, decency, and property rights. The people of the town only want jobs to feed their families. And the evil alliance wants to own it all. How will they find a balance in a world of competing values, needs, and special interests?< Less
The Cyber Chronicles IV: Cyborg By TC Southwell
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For three years, Tassin has tried to find a way to travel to the stars and free Sabre. Her hunt for the sword the Core lives in has proven futile, until one day a serving boy finds a key, and she... More > discovers where Sabre hid the sword. She persuades the malevolent weapon to take her to Sabre, and arrives on the planet Ferrinon Four. Lost in a modern city, Tassin goes to a private detective who, since she has no money, advises her to try a friendly young hacker. Kole agrees to help her look for a cyber she only knows is somewhere on the planet. If they find Sabre, Tassin has to find a way to free him from cyber control again. Manutim would have taken him back to Myon Two for repairs, and there’s a chance she may never be able to free him again, but at least she can ensure he does not suffer anymore. What kinds of torture has Cybercorp subjected Sabre to, and, if she finds him and frees him, will he still be the man she loves?< Less