Through the prism of Jesse Lee Peterson's fascinating life experience and his history of grassroots community work on the streets of riot-torn South Central Los Angeles, this provocative book takes a critical look at the current civil rights establishment. With a foreword by best-selling ethicist Dennis Prager.
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Jesse Lee Peterson is a radio/television talk show host, successful entrepreneur, author, speaker, and the Founder/President of the national non-profit organization, Brotherhood Organ-ization of A New Destiny (B.O.N.D.), whose purpose is â€œRebuilding the Family by Rebuilding the Man.â€ Mr. Peterson is a board member of the National Grassroots Alliance and is on the advisory board of Project 21. He lives in California.
BRAD STETSON is Director of The David Institute, a social research group in southern California. He holds a Ph.D. in Social Ethics from the University of Southern California and has written widely on political and religious topics. Brad Stetson lectures in the Religious Studies Department at California State University Long Beach, where he has taught since 1995. He has written widely on religious and social topics, including Pluralism and Particularity in Religious Belief (Praeger, 1994) and Human Dignity and Contemporary Liberalism (Praeger, 1998).
"[Peterson] chronicles the transformation of the civil rights challenges facing America, and points the way out of our racial dilemma."--Dinesh D'Souza
"A powerful and insightful critique of the ideology steadily destroying the American social fabric. From schoolteachers to politicians to parents and pastors, everyone should listen to these important lessons."--Muazzam Gill, The National Educator
"From Rage to Responsibility does what the entire field of American sociology fails to do. It makes the point that traditional values are transformative in themselves and, therefore, the best antidotes to social dysfunction. Peterson knows what the sociologists miss: that black Americans are simply human beings who find themselves, like all human beings, through the structure, struggle, and sacrifice of living by demanding values. This is the story of a man's return to a wisdom he already had. It is an inspiration to read."―Shelby Steele, author of the #1 national bestsellers The Content of Our Character and A Dream Deferred; Senior Fellow, The Hoover Institution
"From Rage to Responsibility is more than the story of one man's political odyssey. It chronicles the transformation of the civil rights challenges facing America, and points the way out of our racial dilemma."―Dinesh D'Souza, author of the #1 national bestsellers Illiberal Education and The End of Racism; Senior Fellow, The American Enterprise Institute
"Jesse Lee Peterson knows from his own experience how devastating the absence of fathers has been for black children, and in From Rage to Responsibility he boldly points the way to a loving solution."―Adam Meyerson, Vice-President, The Heritage Foundation
With From Rage to Responsibility, Jesse Lee Peterson offers his dynamic antidote to the failed message of the likes of Farrakhan, Jackson, and Sharpton. It is quite simply a must read. This is the medicine necessary to bring about true racial healing in America, and to lift up those who've been left behind."―Sean Hannity, Co-host, "Hannity and Colmes," Fox News Network Host, WABC Radio, New York City
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