Dr. James A. Franklin Sr.’s new book “Golden Nuggets" is a collection of stories of African American communities of the old South, and stories of successful youth

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Recent release from Page Publishing, “Golden Nuggets", by Dr. James A. Franklin Sr. talks about four prominent preachers and their positive impact on the development of African Americans in the old South (Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Dr. William Samuel Mims, and Rev. James Foster Marshall). This also includes the impact that Dr. King, and civil rights had on the author.

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Dr. James A. Franklin Sr., a lifelong educator, has completed his new book “Golden Nuggets": an inspiring recounting that discusses African Americans as patriots and folkways and mores of the old South that affected African Americans.

Franklin writes, "This document will look at a number of characteristics about my hometown of McCormick, South Carolina. Of particular importance, it will address one of the most successful organizations which helped black male youth back in the day and how we may use part of the ideals from that organization today. It will also cover some of the characteristics of a typical Southern black community and some highlights and challenges which the black community faced. Further, the project will address a couple of black heroes of the old South, black patriotism to the United States, and the positive way of how black and white children associated in the Old South.”

Published by Page Publishing, Dr. James A. Franklin Sr.'s gripping work also delves into a review of the Warren Court on integration and “so it is ordered.” Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and his role in changing the old South.

This work talks about life as it was in the old south, including, the play habits of black and white youth and lessons learned in the old South for the rearing of children, which may have value today. It also touches on how today’s society doesn’t know “real poverty” and references poems of hope. This is a contemporary work that talks of the old and suggests how some old experiences might help in today’s society. The work discusses the role of South Carolina State College on African American youth. It also mentions Astronaut Dr. Ronald E. McNair, who was lost in the Challenger accident, and his association with the author.”

Readers who wish to experience this inspirational book can purchase “Golden Nuggets" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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