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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Motivational & Inspirational
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Nigga Be Proud Of Your Color
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:71
  • eBook ISBN:9781623098087

Nigga Be Proud Of Your Color

Book 2

by Cherokee Gold

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Overview
This book was written to enlighten and motivate not only the black people but to show the world of great accomplishments of a man thats just like you and me with the exception that he went on to be our country's 44th President.This book is also a collective effort of great minds that felt as though the world should know the stories of such great Americans that have created the wonderful world that we live and thrive in. This book is also a continuation of the original Nigga be proud of your color which hi-lights the accomplishments of so many great black African Americans. So ask yourself these questions, Do you know where black people came from? Where did slavery come from? Why did slavery start in the first place? What is the purpose of enslaving another man? Why are we ashamed of our color? What does it mean to be black? Now with so many questions I bet you never thought to find out the truth instead we are conditioned to blame someone for the problem and we have been blaming the wronge one's. Please let me try to explian to you how it all started out. It all started in a beautiful country we should all visit, a land so beautiful and rich where it is believed to be the beginning of human kind, the mother land, Africa not in America where many believe it did. It was African tribes in Africa fighting against other African tribes, why? That was all there was so who else would there be to enslave. The winner would take the men, women and children to a beautiful little island off the coast of Africa. Currently the true name of this island is unknown but for right now we'll call it slave island. The winning tribe would bring the loosing tribe to this island where they would be put on the slave block for sale. Now because of the great physical physiques and organized work skills the Dutch, French and Englishmen purchased the poor captured African people who from that point became known as slaves. From this island they were then taken to the Bahamas, Cuba, and Puerto Rico and then sold to the highest bidder. People would come from all over the world to buy these slaves because they were the best money could buy and it created great advantages to the master's that needed cheap labor. Well this continued on like any other thriving business this trade finally reached the plantations of the south in America where this became big business because of how cheap labor was. So from that point slavery became organized in the American south and spread because of the benefit to business owners and farmers. Not all people in America looked at black people as slaves because they were aware of the whole prossess so you see it wasn't white people who made us slaves but thank them for some of your ancestors being brought here and you were born in one of the greatest countries in the world and here today now you are free. You know from our amazing and mysterious history there are many that believe that the war between the north and south was fought to free slavery, I'm no historian and I don't know why or why not but according to history, slavery in America was suppossed to be abolished by 1806 but for some reason continued until it was completely abolished in 1865 where all the slaves were freed and there owners not compensated and this all took place when one of our greatest Presidents was in office, Abraham Lincoln. Right now even to this day we have not completely excepted the intergration of our whole society. Don't feel bad about the segragation that's going on because you have a choice to be apart of the problem or the solution. We don't live in a world our parents and grandparents once lived in a long time ago so either your apart of the problem or apart of the solution, make a choice and let it be a great one. Always please remember that no matter the color black, blue, red, yellow or green we are all God's children always and he would never leave any of his children behind. So on that note the story that your are about to read is one of greatness that will inspire the mind and ignite the soul. I had tears from my heart when I put these beautiful thoughts together and I can only say one thing, this man was sent to us from God, Barack "The Blessed One". His journey in life is very small in comparison to Jesus Christ but just as important just like every single human being and we know the achievements that Jesus acheived but we will never know what great achievments Barack can and will accomplish before it's all said and done and I'm sure he has much more service to offer us. I don't want anyone to think that I am comparing Barack Obama to Jesus Christ but I hope when you read this book that I have written, that tears of joy come to your heart knowing the obstacles this man had to over come in life to achieve what he has today, President of the United States of America and one of the greatest Presidents to ever live, a honor for anyone no matter what race or color we are, we are still Gods children and deserve a chance at the same rights as all indivisuals should. Know one in this world should ever be denied freedom of who and what they want to be and how they would like to achieve such goals in life. Thank you for the reading and supporting of my interpretation of the life and times of Barack Obamao and all the great Americans that made all of our dream come true.
Description
This book was written to enlighten and motivate not only the black people but to show the world of great accomplishments of a man thats just like you and me with the exception that he went on to be our country's 44th President.This book is also a collective effort of great minds that felt as though the world should know the stories of such great Americans that have created the wonderful world that we live and thrive in. This book is also a continuation of the original Nigga be proud of your color which hi-lights the accomplishments of so many great black African Americans. So ask yourself these questions, Do you know where black people came from? Where did slavery come from? Why did slavery start in the first place? What is the purpose of enslaving another man? Why are we ashamed of our color? What does it mean to be black? Now with so many questions I bet you never thought to find out the truth instead we are conditioned to blame someone for the problem and we have been blaming the wronge one's. Please let me try to explian to you how it all started out. It all started in a beautiful country we should all visit, a land so beautiful and rich where it is believed to be the beginning of human kind, the mother land, Africa not in America where many believe it did. It was African tribes in Africa fighting against other African tribes, why? That was all there was so who else would there be to enslave. The winner would take the men, women and children to a beautiful little island off the coast of Africa. Currently the true name of this island is unknown but for right now we'll call it slave island. The winning tribe would bring the loosing tribe to this island where they would be put on the slave block for sale. Now because of the great physical physiques and organized work skills the Dutch, French and Englishmen purchased the poor captured African people who from that point became known as slaves. From this island they were then taken to the Bahamas, Cuba, and Puerto Rico and then sold to the highest bidder. People would come from all over the world to buy these slaves because they were the best money could buy and it created great advantages to the master's that needed cheap labor. Well this continued on like any other thriving business this trade finally reached the plantations of the south in America where this became big business because of how cheap labor was. So from that point slavery became organized in the American south and spread because of the benefit to business owners and farmers. Not all people in America looked at black people as slaves because they were aware of the whole prossess so you see it wasn't white people who made us slaves but thank them for some of your ancestors being brought here and you were born in one of the greatest countries in the world and here today now you are free. You know from our amazing and mysterious history there are many that believe that the war between the north and south was fought to free slavery, I'm no historian and I don't know why or why not but according to history, slavery in America was suppossed to be abolished by 1806 but for some reason continued until it was completely abolished in 1865 where all the slaves were freed and there owners not compensated and this all took place when one of our greatest Presidents was in office, Abraham Lincoln. Right now even to this day we have not completely excepted the intergration of our whole society. Don't feel bad about the segragation that's going on because you have a choice to be apart of the problem or the solution. We don't live in a world our parents and grandparents once lived in a long time ago so either your apart of the problem or apart of the solution, make a choice and let it be a great one. Always please remember that no matter the color black, blue, red, yellow or green we are all God's children always and he would never leave any of his children behind. So on that note the story that your are about to read is one of greatness that will inspire the mind and ignite the soul.
About the author
Cherokee Gold is a practicing healer/motivational coach and has been a indepedent ghost writter for about a decade now. Born and raised in Washington D.C. she grew up studying the performing arts and went into entertianment early as a model and actress but has always had a passion for writting. Some of the first lititure she wrote was beauty and love advice which she went on to have a collum in small news paper. She has written for numerous news columns and online publications as well as taking part on #1 talk radio that focused on community, politics and business. She's a certified Theta Healer and practicing motivational coach and has a successful beauty and hair business thats gaining world wide reconition. She currently lives in Southern Nevada with her two children and plans on traveling to expand on her Impire. This is her first book she has published as a known writter and is looking forward to expanding her collect. All in all she has a passion for uplifting those who are lost and looking for their purpose in life. Her tag line is "I'm great for your confidence and soon you will be too"
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