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Homeland, My Place Called Downhome

An ADOS Perspective

ByASB Marketing LLCJD&J Design LLC

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Homeland is where naming home pulls emotions. There is no place like home. This book is about preserving homelands and race/ethnic relations in a global world viewed from an American Descendant of Slavery perspective. Finding hope depends on knowing universal truths grounded in facts. The truth will sustain humankind by teaching love, respect and do no harm. Homeland, My Place Called Downhome is my assessment of homeland building and rules, human nature and interactions, including in-group and out-group maintenance. Some readers will not accept my premises and conclusions. Some will feel that they disrupt what is believed, what they have based life decisions upon. However, these positions deserve inspection if we seek a world where love, respect and do no harm to one another may reign. Cover image of Ellis Downey, former slave, wife Sarah Frances, Native American, daughter, Earle and her daughter Martha, my mother. They are in front of the downhome house that Ellis built. circa 1919

Details

Publication Date
Jun 18, 2021
Language
English
ISBN
9781667115405
Category
Social Science
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Contributors
By (author): ASB Marketing LLC, Cover design or artwork by: JD&J Design LLC

Specifications

Pages
303
Binding
Paperback
Interior Color
Black & White
Dimensions
US Trade (6 x 9 in / 152 x 229 mm)

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