Sam A Kempt The Pacman Plan

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The Pacman Plan

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The Pacman Plan is the story of a struggle for reparations for African Americans. This is the first fiction work written on the subject of reparations.

The Pacman Plan is a story of a grassroots movement that starts from a website. Initially it starts out as a political movement.

Reverend Solomon Williams is the handsome, charismatic leader of one of the largest churches in the South. Reverend Williams becomes the national leader of a movement whose origin is from a website.

Reverend Williams fights not only for the movement but to be the man his father was afraid to be. He fights to be a man of faith, a man who promotes social change. He also struggles with the temptation of the power that comes with the pulpit.

The second leader, to the disbelief and surprise of everyone involved is Joe Louis Brown. Joe Louis Brown is a man of the shadows, a man of the underworld.

He proclaims to have started the website and the plan to correct the deeds of his past.

He claims to want to give young black males of the street something to believe in. He says he wants to make the reparations movement the modern day civil rights cry that unites all African Americans.

Just as his namesake, the Brown Bomber, was the light of hope for a pass generation of African Americans, Joe Louis Brown becomes the voice of black youth and those outcasts from society.

But, Joe Louis Brown believes that the only way to change America is with the gun.

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We’ve talked about integration, equal rights and affirmative action, but not addressed the root cause of a problem that has tormented this country since January 1865.

And for those who think everything between the races is okay, as Reverend Solomon Williams says "We are just one incident away from another Detroit in 67 or Los Angeles in 92."

The PACMAN Plan is the story of two leaders of a movement for reparations for African Americans.

Reverend Solomon Williams is the handsome, charismatic leader of one of the largest churches in the South. Reverend Williams joins others across the country in a grass roots movement whose origin is from a website.

Solomon fights not only for the movement but to be the man his father Reverend Williams Senior, was not. He fights to be a man of faith, a man who promotes social change. Solomon and his wife, attorney Andrea Williams struggle to save their church, their marriage and maybe their lives as they become national leaders of the movement for reparations for African Americans.

The second leader, to the disbelief and surprise of everyone involved is Joe Louis Brown. Joe Louis Brown says he’s the creator of the plan. His justification for creating the plan makes a statement about America, its institutions and the black man. Joe Louis is a man of the shadows, a man of the underworld.

Just as his namesake, the Brown Bomber, was the light of hope for a pass generation of African Americans, Joe Louis Brown becomes the voice of black youth and those outcasts from society.

He says he wants to make the reparations movement the modern day civil rights cry that unites all African Americans. On national television Joe Louis starts a revolution that could destroy this country.

The Pacman plan also touches the lives of an interracial couple Mark and Donna Farmer, a socially conscious rapper, Mordee the Expected One and a young college student with a promising future, Desmond Griffin.

This is an engrossing, fiercely original novel which includes drama, action, and a little sex but with an underling theme of taking the reader into an honest discussion about the relationship between blacks and whites and the issue of reparations for African Americans.

About the Author:

Sam A. Kempt is a native of Houston, Texas. He has been an avid reader of fiction since childhood. Sam is an enthusiastic fan of many authors from Langston Hughes- Simple to Walter Mosley -Easy Rawlins. The Pacman Plan is the author’s first published work.

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