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Southern Baptists and Southern Slavery: The Forgotten Crime Against Humanity
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The Southern Baptist Convention is the only denomination to have been created from the idea that the African, by biblical decree, was forever to be doomed to slavery. This book explores how such an... More > incredible evil could have been perpetrated upon a people by the Southern Baptists and why they felt compelled to argue for the defense of slavery until the last shot was fired in the Civil War. Southern Baptists deeply believed it was a Divine right to buy and sell the African, a fact that has been buried in the annals of the Southern Baptist history. This gross violation of human rights has never been held to account and remains the best kept secret of Southern Baptists. Let all African Americans read this book and decide for themselves who was responsible for the pain and suffering of their ancestors. Let all Southern Baptists read this book and come face to face with their own history. This book has attracted a tremendous amount of criticism from the Southern Baptists;it is a history they would rather forget.< Less
Herb Cooley: The Law Enforcement Legacy of My Father
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A legendary figure in Virginia and North Carolina law enforcement for the past fifty years, Herb Cooley has achieved the highest laurels awarded to a police officer. A native of rural Grayson County,... More > he enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard and went to work for the High Point Police Department, where he was a patrolmen, motorcycle cop and detective. He eventually moved to the Office of the Public Defender, solving high profile cases for the state of North Carolina. He was selected as Chief Deputy of the Wythe County Sheriff's Office in Virginia where, rebuilt the entire department by creating countless drug and traffic safety programs that are still saving lives today. In 1994, Herb achieved the rank of Chief of Police in Pulaski, Virginia, where he instituted everything from new drug laws to even a revamping of the patrol car design. Herb completed his career as Chief of Police in Vinton, Virginia, where he turned a virtually disgraced department into one of the few fully accredited agencies in the state.< Less
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