Author Earl Buckingham, a.k.a Coach Buck’s new book “How to Kill a Black Man” is a candid discussion of race and justice in the United States

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Recent release “How to Kill a Black Man” from Page Publishing author Earl Buckingham, a.k.a Coach Buck is a searing commentary on the state of America’s progress- or lack thereof- toward racial equality in the twenty-first century, and a thoughtful discussion of myriad controversial topics including abortion, police brutality, and partisan politics in the United States.

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Earl Buckingham, a.k.a Coach Buck, a college football coach for over twenty-five years, has published his new book “How to Kill a Black Man”: an honest and provocative work offering his perspective on the African American experience in the twenty-first century.

The author writes, “The primary purpose of this book is to make a passionate but practical appeal to the reasonable, to the rational, to the righteous, and even to the radical and the racist to reconsider the error of their ways regarding a host of pertinent issues facing 21st century United States of America. If you are a person that is fake, phony, or a fool, you might not want to read this book. If you can’t handle the unfiltered, politically incorrect, unadulterated truth, then don’t read this book. If you are sensitive and easily offended, don’t read this book. If you are not in one those categories, you need to read this book. This book represents the author’s frustration with a people and a nation that is losing its way. This book calls out a divided 21st-century America, that in many cases, calls right wrong and calls wrong right. America has become a nation, that in some cases, applauds, condones, and celebrates wrongdoing, but dismisses and ignores doing right. A nation who has certain citizens who think they are upholding the ideals and freedoms of the foundation of this country, but on the contrary, are doing and behaving in a way that is the exact opposite of the values and principles this nation was founded on. This book is a wake-up call to the citizens of the greatest nation in the history of mankind to come together and get it together, before we wreck it together. This book is a wake-up call to my black community. We must do better. This book is a wake-up call to all Christians in America. Christians in America have got to rise up and come together to do better. This book is a wake-up call to white America. White Americans must do better. This book also is a wake-up call and reminder to all American citizens to be thankful for our fine military personnel, border patrol agents, ICE agents, police officers, firemen, and all civic duty servants, who faithfully put their lives on the line every day to ensure the safety of the citizens of this country. This book is a wake-up call to all Americans. We, as a nation, must come together to do better.

To black, white, brown and all Americans, don’t let the controversial title deter you from reading this book. This book challenges black, white, brown, yellow and all Americans to do better toward one another. We have some critical issues facing this nation and this book does not shy away from addressing any of them head on. This book also offers wise, practical, fair, and reasonable solutions to many of the critical issues facing this nation. There are so many interesting and different topics discussed in this book, it is like getting ten books in one. This book is like a strong cup of coffee or a spicy bowl of gumbo. It has a little some of everything in it and it will give some people heartburn. Unarmed Blacks are being killed and abused by those sworn to protect us, and nothing is being done about it. Blacks killing one another at record numbers, and no one seems to care. The book ‘How to Kill A Black Man’ offers a very thought-provoking answer to this controversial, eyebrow raising, emotion-stirring title. This book also deals with a lot other interesting, debatable controversial, yet pertinent topics to meditate and consider. Not only does this book address controversial issues, it also offers reasonable and honest solutions to some challenging issues in the African–American community and 21st century United States of America.”

Published by Page Publishing, Earl Buckingham, a.k.a Coach Buck’s engrossing book is an insightful and thought-provoking commentary on the current state of the movement toward racial justice in America.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “How to Kill a Black Man” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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