Author Dwight Mosley’s new book “Towards the De-Miseducation of the African-American” is a well researched work addressing the realities of race in America

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Recent release “Towards the De-Miseducation of the African-American” from Page Publishing author Dwight Mosley is a thought-provoking review of significant events in the racial history of twenty-first century America, and the first of a four-part series on the African and African American experience.

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Dwight Mosley is a career educator who has taught in the public school systems of New York City, Chicago, Hartford, Minneapolis, and others, has served as head of General Management programs in the Chicago City College system, and was an adjunct professor of accounting and strategic planning at New York University. Mr. Mosley is the current Executive Editor of The Nu Nubian Writer Guild. He has published his new book “Towards the De-Miseducation of the African-American”: a detail-rich exploration of a myriad of historical and present-day forces affecting the Black life in America.

Mosley writes, “‘De-Miseducation’ is the culmination of eight years of research that sought to focus on objectivity while balancing breadth and conciseness. Its focus is on black America as a people and as a part of greater America. It begins with the Black Golden Age (just after the start of WWII) and explores the civil rights movement from several optics, the black militancy era, the decline of the black family, cocaine America, crack and incarceration nation with reference made to the CIA and the DEA, the schism between the black male and female, the Tuskegee Airmen, the ladies of NASA and Hidden Figures, the destruction of the black family, the great exodus of blacks out of the ghetto, the plight of fatherless boys and much, much more.

"The work ends with proposals and prognostications for the future of blacks in America. There is a very strong analysis of the 1960’s, especially 1968—America’s most volatile year ever. Those having come of age in the 60’s will have many a remembrance; those who were socially active in the 60’s will have never-to-be-forgotten memories.”

Published by Page Publishing, Dwight Mosley’s engrossing book is an illuminating discussion of the African American experience over the last eighty years.

Readers who wish to experience this insightful work can purchase “Towards the De-Miseducation of the African-American” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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