Kevin Hughes’s New Book “Eviction Notice: Vagabonds of North America” is about the Practice of Forcing African Americans to Leave Neighborhoods During the 20th Century

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Recent release “Eviction Notice: Vagabonds of North America” from Page Publishing author Kevin Hughes is about the ongoing practice of herding poor and black human beings into new places to live, when their current presence no longer suits those in power. This practice has been going on throughout the 20th century with little remorse from those enforcing it.

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Kevin Hughes, a true St. Louisan, in mind, body, and soul, has completed his new book “Eviction Notice: Vagabonds of North America”: a potent portrayal of the racial and classist practice of pushing poor minorities from certain neighborhoods throughout the United States.

According to Hughes, “(I am) from a generation of MTV babies, so music soothes (my) soul, and just like a good book reminds (me) of (my) past but, most importantly, (my) objectives in life.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Hughes’s enlightening tale highlights the atrocities committed against the black and poor when neighborhoods are gentrified.

According to Hughes, the practice of forcing the underrepresented out of neighborhood is like turning on the television; it’s a practice mimicked without thought, over and over again. Shunned is a class of citizens with rights that are made non-existent due to extensive red tape. Individuals are left feeling insecure because not even their neighborhood sits on solid ground, but is an ever-shifting land mass not owned by them, but the government.

Readers who wish to experience this irreverent work can purchase “Eviction Notice: Vagabonds of North America” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Kobo, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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