MONMOUTH JUNCTION, N.J. (PRWEB) June 05, 2020
Francis Ashun, MPH is a native of Ghana, West Africa, jazz artist, former public health advisor for the New York City Department of Health, and married father of two grown children. He has published his new book “A Chronicle of the Life of an Immigrant in the US”: a candid and heartwarming account of the differences between Ghanian and American culture and the compassion and perseverance that marked his early years in America.
The author shares, “My book is certainly timely, considering the challenging situation many immigrants are now facing in the United States and other countries. The book is both interesting and entertaining; it offers inspiration for persons new to the United States and helps educate Americans and, by extension, natives of other industrialized nations to the plight of immigrants and their resiliency. The book is infused with humor and heartwarming moments, yet there is also the clear opportunity for discussion with respect to differences in cultural traditions and child-rearing. It is an excellent piece of work and a well-written life experience and a blueprint for every immigrant arriving in a foreign country. A valuable contribution to the understanding of the predicaments of immigrants and their resiliency. Do you want a definition of racism, stigma, discrimination, prejudice, bigotry, and survival? You must read this book.”
Published by Page Publishing, Francis Ashun, MPH’s engrossing book is an inspiring and revealing account of a challenging immigrant experience in the United States.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase“A Chronicle of the Life of an Immigrant in the US” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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