An investigative and political analysis of race-relations of African-Americans in the United States that began with a mother's anguished question. It explores the myth of slavery, and the reasons for the continuing frustration and anger in Blacks in America. The United States created this land of "colors," Black and White, with many questions. This book answers the question of "Why?" for both sides, and the reasons for the simmering frustration, confusion, and anger in the hearts of these adopted Americans.
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Published February 24, 2013
by Allan E. Lucas, Jr..
Political & Social Sciences.