From politics to education, from motherhood to fatherhood and from street life to life in the White House, people have expressed their opinion as to what is right and what is wrong with the world that we live in today. Some opinions are based solely on factors such as race, education, culture, and religious beliefs while others are formed because of the influence that others have on us. However, there is one thing for sure. We may all agree on some of the issues some of the time, but it is safe to say that we may not all agree on all of the issues all of the time. As the saying goes, “there are two sides to every story.” But we have learned that there is also a third side of the story. It’s the side that we have come to know as “Another View.” For more than twenty five years now, Randolph Kinsey has challenged and inspired his readers with a different perspective on many of the major topics being discussed around the world. In response to popular demand, Kinsey has taken many of his articles that have spurred discussions among groups of all background and compiled them into a riveting, page turner that is a must read book. Additionally, he had added more of his thought provoking articles which are sure to keep the dialogue going. If you want to get motivated, feel encouraged and change your outlook on the issues that are affecting your daily life, then Another View: The World through the Eyes of Randolph Kinsey is the book for you.
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Randolph Kinsey was born in a North Florida town called Lamont, Florida. He is the oldest of six children. He is a husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. Kinsey graduated from Gibbs High in St. Petersburg, FL and from Florida A. & M. University in Tallahassee, FL. He taught school at Howard W. Blake for nine years where he also was the assistant football coach and the head basketball coach. Upon leaving the School District, Kinsey went to work for Travelers Insurance Company where he was the first African American to be hired. He later moved on to open his own insurance and investigative agency. From his office and through his ongoing interaction with the public, he soon emerged as a community leader, a politician and a well-known and successful campaign manager for many candidates vying for public office. During the course of his professional career, Kinsey worked as the Legislative Assistant in the Florida House of Representatives and the Florida Senate. He was very successful at writing and tracking potential laws. His role in politics brought him in contact with many government officials on every level. From his position, he was able to identify many of the people’s needs which led him to organize a group called the Community Progressive Organization. This group was a vanguard for solving community problems. Kinsey was also a founding member of the West Tampa Community Development Corporation. In this arena, he led the community in the rebuilding and reopening of Blake High School in Tampa, FL. Education was always important to Kinsey which was key to him opening his own charter school that focused on the academic development of middle school students. He has served on a number of boards including the Florida State School for The Deaf and Blind which materialized as the result of an appointment by Florida Governor Jeb Bush. Kinsey has served on the City of Tampa’s Cable TV Board, the Hartline Board and the Tampa Golf Club Board of Directors. Randolph Kinsey continues to be a voice within many communities in the Tampa Bay Area and in many arenas throughout the State of Florida. Randolph is the co-author of the information packed book, The Burning Question for Blacks, Who are We? Kinsey’s writing experiences, along with his skills, knowledge and professional experiences qualify him to offer an opinion on the various topics that impact Americans today in his current book, Another View: The World through the Eyes of Randolph Kinsey.
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