Jess William Esposito The Same Race

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The Same Race

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When James and Sarah Johnson move from Atlanta to upstate New York, they make lifelong friends with the Thomas family. James is a black police sergeant. Bill Thomas is the town supervisor. They quickly discover they have similar views on racism, and together both families make a conscious effort to fight bigotry whenever it raises its ugly head.

The families fight racism at all levels, from the elementary school their young daughters attend to the streets and civic boardrooms. Their sons, Teddy and Bobby, use their strong friendship to take a dent out of bigotry at their high school.

When a tragedy affects both families, it’s their strength and willingness to love that sees them through the darkness. Together the Thomases and the Johnsons show their town the true nature of tolerance and inclusivity.

The root conflict with racism is not black versus white—it’s a matter of good versus bad. We’re all human beings. In The Same Race, Jess William Esposito demonstrates this vital truth with an inspirational story of the greatness we can achieve when we shake off the shackles of intolerance and bigotry.

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Jess William Esposito has been a financial advisor for twenty-five years. He is a graduate of Clarkson University, where he earned a bachelors of science in mechanical engineering.

Esposito was born in Astoria, New York, and spent his childhood in Long Beach, New York, a small coastal community on the south shore of Long Island.

He has lived in Ithaca, New York, for the past twenty years, with Dawn, his wife of twenty-eight years. They have two sons, Jess and Craig.

He is currently working on his next two works. His second novel will be released in the summer, and a Collection of Poems, is scheduled to be released in the fall of this year.

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