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  • SubGenre:Discrimination
  • Language:English
  • Pages:260
  • eBook ISBN:9781543967173
  • Paperback ISBN:9781543967166

Black State of America - Black Reparations

Civil Rights 2.0

by Rs L.D.J.

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Black State of America, seeks to explain the conditions that have led to the current political and socio-economic problems affecting Black Americans and sets forth the only real solution to this perpetual climate of marginalization of the Black race.
Black State of America, is not just a book to read and then go about your normal daily routine. This Guidebook is designed to spark an emotional and intellectual response inside of the hearts and minds of its readers. From this social diagram, the Black American race can begin the necessary steps to finish the major objectives of the 1960s and 1970s Black empowerment movements, with a Civil Rights 2.0 agenda that permanently changes the playing field and finally gives our people a path to real political power. The thoughts, facts and opinions expressed in this guidebook are controversial, but only because many white Americans view any attempts by Black people to become self empowered as a threat to their way of life. Our goal is fulfillment of the pledge made to our newly freed Black ancestors in 1865... land, freedom and independence.
About the author

Rs L.D.J. professionally known as Black Power Hip Hop Artists, @knggryd, is motivated by the lack of fairness and injustice directly affecting Black Americans, and the post-Obama reality that there will be enough progress made. The victim of a hate crime perpetrated by a white hate group in collaboration with a black group, he is uniquely qualified to discuss the plight of Black Americans today. www.knggyrd.com 

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