Donald Sterling should not be asking what have our black celebrities done for the black community, black people should be asking what have they really done for the black community.
Bloomfield Hills, MI (PRWEB) May 30, 2014
With his 35 plus years of helping black people, is Donald Sterling really a racist, or is he victim of a crime of passion? In this historical text that considers Donald Sterling's remarks as a contribution to the community, author Johnie Williams lays out a solid foundation to begin reconsidering the legacy of Donald Sterling. The e-book, which is now available, will take an objective approach, examining the body of Donald Sterling's work. The author contrasts the results with rich black people only to reveal that several of Donald Sterling's observations are true. The book, like Donald Sterling, questions the efforts made by the black community to end it's plight. It also questions if all those who could have assisted in ending this plight have really done all that they can do. "Donald Sterling should not be asking what the black celebrities have done for the black community; black people should be asking black celebrities what they have really done for the black community." The book includes chapters like, "The Truth about Magic Johnson", "In Some Instances Discrimination is Fair Game", "Jews vs. Black People", and a whole lot more. In this page turning thriller, readers will be convinced that America needs the Donald Sterlings of today.