Before We Were Black by Eric A. McMiller by Eric A. McMiller

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This book adds the missing pages of history, and restores the original first family to their rightful place in history, by introducing discoveries from the past 30 years, that weave together common knowledge about African’s and their descendents into a complete story. Written in the 21st Century, this book is the first of its kind that asks its readers to think outside the box. The author takes on the challenge placed on all Americans by Senator Barrack Obama, in his speech in Philadelphia, on March 18, 2008, addressing the issue on race relations in America. This book looks at old history from a different angle with a fresh pair of eyes. The reader will be asked to participant and take a ride with the author, therefore suspending some of their own preconceived notions, and for the moment, look through the lens of the 21st century. The goal is not to accuse, but take a judicial approach, where the facts tells the story and let the evidences fall where they lay. This book is for everyone young and old. Finally the full story on world history will be presented. The time has come for a new model on race relations. Are you ready!
 

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Published November 11, 2008 by XLibris. 53 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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