HIGHLAND PARK, Mich. (PRWEB) May 22, 2019
Khadijah Tiya Muhammad, a former president of the Charleston, West Virginia chapter of the NAACP president currently working as an activist and organizer in Detroit, Michigan, has completed her book “Life, Liberty, and Injustice: Education, Bullying, and Hate Crimes”: an illuminating work exposing the real deficits in personal freedom experienced by minority populations in the United States.
Muhammad writes, “Humankind is changing rapidly expanding and spread out across a continuously changing global landscape. We have many phrases that has given us birth to state-of-the-art technology, groundbreaking science and innovative processes. And yet while these achievements are to be revered, we continue to be lessened by human behavior by our illusions of power, acts of violence and lack of concern, reasonable compassion and excitement for others.
"The purpose of this book is to bring awareness to the problems with which we currently experience within our local schools, colleges, homes, jobs, communities, cities, and, ultimately, the world. This book is designed for conversation among parents and children, at the water cooler, friends and each other.
"While actively listening to the stories of individuals not able to tell their stories, ones without a chance who’ve lost their dreams and those who’ve lost their lives, trying to live in a world of Life, Liberty and Injustice, being in the right place, but looked at for the wrong reason.
"Hopefully, you will take the time to read and see how aware you are of your surroundings and what’s important to you and your family each day. With an understanding that as people, we need each other, no matter what race, religion, language, gender, and nation, for better days to come for us all, to keep harmony, to live life with liberty, and to fight injustice.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Khadijah Tiya Muhammad’s book is a somber reminder that modern society has much work to do to ensure that the rights of all people to pursue life, liberty, and happiness are upheld in America and around the globe.
Readers who wish to experience this awareness-raising work can purchase “Life, Liberty, and Injustice: Education, Bullying, and Hate Crimes” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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