Author Jibreel A. Rashad’s new book “The Field That Wasn’t Leveled” is the true story of a young boy growing up in a lower-middle-class neighborhood in Dallas, Texas

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Recent release “The Field That Wasn’t Leveled” from Page Publishing author Jibreel A. Rashad is a compelling true story that follows a young boy growing up in a lower-middle-class neighborhood in Dallas, Texas. Against all odds, he manages to survive the tough streets of Oak Cliff while immersing himself in the world of sports, becoming a high school and college football star.

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Jibreel A. Rashad, a life coach, mentor, and avid supporter of economic equality and social justice reforms, has completed his new book “The Field That Wasn’t Leveled”: a gripping and potent true story about a young boy growing up in a lower-middle-class neighborhood in Dallas, Texas, who goes on to become a high school and college football star.

Author Jibreel A. Rashad writes, “This was all too surreal, so I decided to retrace my steps. During the fall of 2001, I started acquiring real estate properties in hopes of becoming self-employed full-time. After reading many real estate books and taking courses, I began applying the business of flipping properties. Of course, that is when a property is purchased at a low value and then immediately sold for a higher price while the investor profits from the equity of the sale.”

Published by Page Publishing, Jibreel A. Rashad’s captivating tale follows the young boy’s journey through football. For years, his coaches told him that the gridiron was an equal playing field, but no one ever told him about the field that was not equal.

After a brief tryout with the NFL, with the New York Giants, he would return to Dallas, Texas, only to find himself as a target in an FBI investigation.

Readers who wish to experience this mesmerizing work can purchase “The Field That Wasn’t Leveled” 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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