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In his new book, Harvey Hunter says things that have gone unsaid for a long time. Hunter is not a preacher, however, his fire and brimstone approach will galvanize you into action. Harvey confronts survival issues that Black people must come to grips with before the opportunity to do so slips away. He clearly identifies the absolute source and true nature of racial, economic, social and political challenges facing Black people. This book does not attempt to explain Black people to Whites or to others, it attempts to explain to Blacks themselves, the natural position or place that Black people occupy in relation to nature and to the universe as a whole
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Although this book has an Afro-centric focus, it is primarily directed towards readers of any stripe who have ever been effected by ethnic, social, or economic class distinctions. Whether by consent or by forcible rape, theology and science have copulated; and a child has been conceived. The progeny (ABSOLUTIVITY) is unorthodox in religion and impure in science; it is a wild seed - the strange fruit of a formally forbidden mixed marriage.About the Author:
Harvey Hunter was born in Lovejoy, Illinois 65 years ago and raised in East St. Louis, Illinois. At the age of 17, he joined the navy. Upon discharge from the military, he moved to Los Angeles where he worked for a time as a postal employee. In 1960, he decided to go back to school and received his GED from Compton High School. He went on to receive his AA degree from Compton College. Then, he enrolled at UCLA with a double major in mathematics and physics. He later obtained a BS Degree in Business Administration from Redlands University. Mr. Hunter entered the aerospace industry as a draftsman preparing engineering drawings of structural designs of rockets and aircraft for North American Aviation. He has also worked as a structural design engineer for Douglas Aircraft and Northrop Aviation.
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Book Description World Institute of Theisics, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M096743470X
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