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Encountering Racism in Literature? Have I encountered it? Sure, I have. Part II

This person and I were communicating fine with the first couple of letters exchanged. There was no pressure or timeline for a review. Out of the blues they send this nasty letter. Proof___ R___ c—–@editoral.com Nov 09, 2019, 1:42 PM … Continue reading

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Structural or systematic racism is taking a toll on our children’s mental health

We hear a lot about the toil it takes on adults but rarely do we heard about the helpless child witnessing the adult go through it. Racism and social inequality don’t just affect adults. The article states why they have … Continue reading

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Rachel Hightower~author of “Girl Child In The UnPromised Land”- contact information

Some of you asked me about getting in touch with Ms. Hightower. I can’t give you her email addy, so, here’s the URL to her blog. There’s a way to get in touch with her on it. https://rachelhightowerbooks.blogspot.com/

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Black for a Day: White Fantasies of Race and Empathy by Alisha Gaines

The book is based upon real experiments conducted by journalists. In 1948, a journalist named Ray Sprigle traded his whiteness to live as a black man for four weeks. A little over a decade later, John Howard Griffin famously “became” … Continue reading

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Fictional Usage Of Real Places

Fictional usage of real places in novels and books is quite common in literature and art. New York City, Los Angeles, San Fransisco, Chicago, London, and Paris; to name a few are fictional used in thousands of books and movies … Continue reading

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