Great African American Women in America History is the first of a four part series. This Volume covers twenty-five outstanding women of color who have greatly achieved success despite all of the odds they face. This series of books are a tribute to their success and dedication.
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Author Biography Henry H. Epps Jr is a retired Army Infantry Man, Pentecostal Minister, founder of the Harvest Life Ministries, Child Welfare Social Worker, Foster Parent, writer, and he is married to his love Vera Epps. Together they have seven Children and they are David, Kim, Eric, Chimere, Chanise (Air Force combat Photographer) Charise, and Chatise (Journalist major). They have fifteen grand kids and one great grand baby. The Epps have housed many children in their homes as foster care resource parents. Henry has written several books, which include the Consummation of the age’s series, the discipleship series, and the Basic Theology series. Henry has just concluding writing about great African American men. Henry considers himself a Sociologist historian at heart with a deep passion to bring social equality and fairness to the nation conscious. Currently Henry is an Intern at the Tennessee Department of Children Services Juvenile Justice system and writes on the side. Henry goals is to write books on religious and social issues and receive his Clinical License in social work. Henry has committed his life in the service of others. Henry is also the founder of the schooloftheharvest.org and the Harvest life Ministries.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 122 pages. 11.00x0.29x8.50 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1477647732