LELAND, N.C. (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was a landmark piece of legislation designed to answer the critical demand of African Americans for equal rights. Over forty years after the act was passed, racial bias-motivated crimes continue to pervade the news becoming alarming reminders that prejudice and discrimination still exists in society. In “Healing America: A Story Written to African Americans for All People”, one author, writing as A.W., examines one of America’s deeply-rooted problems in the light of his life, experiences, beliefs and personal struggles.
“Healing America: A Story Written to African Americans for All People” lets readers open their eyes to the reality of discrimination and racial prejudice. The author is brave in sharing many disheartening events that riddled his life and that of his family. His work, however, does not dwell on the problem. In fact, the fundamental message that he tries to get across is that despite how hopeless and complex the situation may seem, there is still hope for a resolution. He shares,
“America has a cancerous growth. It appears to be in remission. However, it will never be healed until the symptoms are identified, isolated and removed.”
Thought-provoking, poignant and compelling, “Healing America: A Story Written to African Americans for All People” dares readers to confront their prejudices and begin the process of establishing unity and peace.
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Healing America * by A.W.
A Story Written to African Americans for All People
Publication Date: May 23, 2012
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