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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:African American & Black / Urban & Street Lit
  • Language:English
  • Pages:108
  • eBook ISBN:9781098373092
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098373085

Who Moved My Crack?

by Dr. Bernard Harris

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Who moved my crack describes the life of four little characters as they make their way through the inner and outer challenges of life in an urban environment.
This is the tale of four inner city characters, who find themselves trying to cope and living day to day under pressure from a society that has a schizophrenic, love/hate relationship with them. Wanting to strive but finding themselves struggling to survive, they turn to dysfunctional and unorthodox strategies to meet their goals. However, when their goals are turned upside down by forces beyond their control, they are again forced to dig deep into their bags of tricks to find meaning and direction. While this tale is also about addiction, how our environment affects our choices and can influence who we are, it is about much more. it is about self-respect, self-realization and transcendence. This book is really about looking within, rather than looking without for direction.
About the author
Bernard Harris is a native of Yeadon, Pennsylvania. He Attended Lincoln University, PA before obtaining his medical degree from The Pennsylvania State College of Medicine at Hershey. He is a board certified in addiction medicine and general preventive medicine and public health. His lifelong interest is in addressing public health issues in creative and provocative ways, which have included for forays into public speaking and radio productions, community organizing and mentoring, and consulting with leaders in public health and the pharmaceutical industry.