Pastor's Posthumously Published Autobiography, America What Are You To Me? by Bishop Robert Pryor Tells the true Story of a man's life and the Obstacles he Faces L-iving as an African-American man

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Published posthumously, America What Are You To Me? by Bishop Robert Pryor tells the true story of a man's life and the obstacles he faces living as an African-American man in the Jim Crow era.

Bishop Robert Pryor's America What Are You To Me? is a personal account of the author's many struggles as an African-American in an unaccepting society.

The author understands first-hand the negative outcomes The author understands first hand the negative outcomes of prejudice, and he gives examples of this in his gripping manuscript. Pryor shares his life experiences so all can learn and gain lessons about acceptance, ultimately enhancing every American life.

Although Pryor grew up poor in a segregated society, his experiences shaped him into a strong and honest man whose book reveals that America will continue to prosper if Americans treat each other fairly. In a candid narration, Pryor reveals the racial discriminations in every aspect of his life beginning with his childhood, through his Army and Navy years, as well as the 21 years he served at an Alabama Prison. Later he founded the Church of Love in Washington, D.C. Honestly written and sure to keep the pages turning, America What Are You To Me? is an inspiration for anyone willing to be entertained and enlightened.

For more information or to request a free review copy, members of the press can contact the author's daughter at nanaabena2(at)aol.com. America What Are You To Me? is available for sale online at Amazon.com, BookSurge.com, and through additional wholesale and retail channels worldwide.

About the Author
Bishop Robert Pryor was very active in the Washington, D.C. community and won numerous awards from the Mayor's office for his service. This included his involvement with the Citywide Spelling Bee sponsored by the Washington Informer. He has also been published in The Washington Post. Bishop Pryor also traveled with a group of Clergy to Turkey to assist in freeing the hostages from Iran. Pryor dictated his story to his daughter, Emma Pryor. Pryor passed away August 28, 2007.

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