Author Fridolin Yaovi Avouglan’s New Book “Black Tree, White Tree, Why The Difference?” Confronts Racial Inequities Across the World

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Recent release “Black Tree, White Tree, Why The Difference?” from Page Publishing author Fidolin Yaovi Avouglan explores systemic racism found around the globe.

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Fridolin Yaovi Avouglan, an African-American immigrant, a small business owner, a husband and father of three, and an activist in the Togolese-American community, has completed his new book “Black Tree, White Tree, Why The Difference?”: a well-researched collection of data compiled to present readers with a deeper understanding of race relations in Africa, North and South America, Europe, and Asia.

“When I look at the world today, I see that black people seem to be last or minorities in everything,” the author explained of his inspiration to cover this subject matter. “Moreover, blacks are having more problems with the law—being killed by police—than any other race of people. There are other races of people who are happy to exploit and take advantage of blacks or black countries all the time. What a shame. The big question is, why?”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Fidolin Yaovi Avouglan begins his work in “the motherland of Africa” and ends the book having spanned centuries of European colonization, the slave trade, the lives of those in the diaspora throughout the world, and the continual suffering of those peoples whose historical homelands are forever altered. The work asks people to recognize their similarities over their differences and longs for the reconciliation of humankind.

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “Black Tree, White Tree, Why The Difference?” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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

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