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Mr. James S Wright

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Synopsis: James S. “Michael” Wright started his writing career in 1987. He is an avid researcher of African American history. His first book “American Apartheid” was published in 1997. He is a community activist, devoted to his family and has a strong religious foundation. James attended the public school in Anne Arundel County, Maryland and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (AKA Maryland State College). He received an honorable discharge from the United States Marine Corps Reserves and is a former police officer. His second book is entitled, “No Land No Mule No Freedom” published May 1, 2004. James is currently writing his third book, titled “The Backside of the Sport of Kings”, which is about the sport of thoroughbred horse racing in America – especially detailing the life style of horse racing behind the scenes as it relates to blacks who, at one point in American history, were a vital part of the horse racing business. Most frequently used quotes: “Knowledge is power and education is the key to knowledge.” “History needs to be taught in more than one color and from more than one perspective” AMERICAN APARTHEID is the first of three intriguing books written by James Wright that probe into the heart of America’s apartheid consciousness. It is about broken promises and that white America has made and still purports to make to African Americans and Native Americans. And more importantly, this tome is about how these attitudes are beginning to manifest themselves in the institutional and social systems in this country. James Wright’s research, observations and personal commentary show that there are serious perils attacking the core fabric of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for most African Americans that are still not fully understood or accepted by America. Yet, these perils present clear and present dangers whether people live in the inner cities, the suburbs or rural America. Overview of Book: No Land, No Mule, No Freedom is James Wright’s second in the American Apartheid trilogy. The title No Land, No Mule, No Freedom is an ironic twist of the promise of forty acres and a mule made to black slaves by the US Government during their emancipation. Of course, these promises were never kept. Writer and historical events researcher James S. Wright uses the theme of how America’s leaders proclaim their intention to “level the playing field with fairness and justice for all” while they amazingly continue to find ways to circumvent the laws to deny people of color what all other citizens take for granted. Readers will appreciate Wright’s keen commentary backed by stories of major race related events that clearly demonstrates America’s historically wayward, dishonest and shortsighted political and social perspectives about African Americans, as well as Native Americans. Some of the intriguing issues covered in the American Apartheid trilogy include: Why do African American women continue to form the foundation of the black family? Why do black men continue to be the target of America’s aggression and animosity? Why do African Americans believe that America’s criminal justice system poses one of the gravest threats to their right to life, liberty and the pursuit of freedom? Why is racial hatred against African Americans and Jews still rising in the U.S.A.? Why is American history so distorted as it relates to blacks and other minorities? What is the genesis of black self-hatred and how do whites still use certain methods to perpetuate this condition among blacks today?

About the Author: James S. “Michael” started writing books in 1991 and published “American Apartheid” in 97, “No Land No Mule No Freedom” in 02 and “The Backside of the Sport of Kings” should be published in 2013. A question you might ask as you select his books is how and why did James come up with these titles? James’ answer to why he writes books is because they needed to be written. He joined the Marine Corps because he thought he could make a difference for his country; became a police officer because he thought he could make a difference in his community. He wrote these books because he thinks they will make a difference in how we look at the topic of racism. James’ purpose in writing these books is to jump-start the stalled vehicles that drove Americans to the battleground where the war for racial equality was fought. For the past 20 years the Civil Rights Movement has slowed to a crawl. The fight for racial equality is far from over. His writings will inspire a rebirth of the Civil Rights Movement. Two of the most important points that he wants readers to get from reading his books are that; knowledge is power and education is the key to knowledge, and history needs to be taught in more than one color and from more than one perspective. These books are a wakeup call for those of us who have gone to sleep on the problem of racism in America. James hopes you will enjoy reading his works as much as he enjoyed writing them. Readers will appreciate Wright’s keen commentary backed by stories of major race related events that clearly demonstrates America’s historically wayward, dishonest and shortsighted political and social perspectives about African Americans, as well as Native Americans. Some of the intriguing issues covered in the American Apartheid trilogy include: Why do African American women continue to form the foundation of the black family? Why do black men continue to be the target of America’s aggression and animosity? Why do African Americans believe that America’s criminal justice system poses one of the gravest threats to their right to life, liberty and the pursuit of freedom? Why is racial hatred against African Americans and Jews still rising in the U.S.A.? Why is American history so distorted as it relates to blacks and other minorities? What is the genesis of black self-hatred and how do whites still use certain methods to perpetuate this condition among blacks today?

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Book Description Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. James S. Michael Wright started his writing career in 1987. He is an avid researcher of African American history. His first book American Apartheid was published in 1997. He is a community activist, devoted to his family and has a strong religious foundation. James attended the public school in Anne Arundel County, Maryland and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (AKA Maryland State College). He received an honorable discharge from the United States Marine Corps Reserves and is a former police officer. His second book is entitled, No Land No Mule No Freedom published May 1, 2004. James is currently writing his third book, titled The Backside of the Sport of Kings, which is about the sport of thoroughbred horse racing in America - especially detailing the life style of horse racing behind the scenes as it relates to blacks who, at one point in American history, were a vital part of the horse racing business. Most frequently used quotes: Knowledge is power and education is the key to knowledge. History needs to be taught in more than one color and from more than one perspective AMERICAN APARTHEID is the first of three intriguing books written by James Wright that probe into the heart of America s apartheid consciousness. It is about broken promises and that white America has made and still purports to make to African Americans and Native Americans. And more importantly, this tome is about how these attitudes are beginning to manifest themselves in the institutional and social systems in this country. James Wright s research, observations and personal commentary show that there are serious perils attacking the core fabric of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for most African Americans that are still not fully understood or accepted by America. Yet, these perils present clear and present dangers whether people live in the inner cities, the suburbs or rural America. Overview of Book: No Land, No Mule, No Freedom is James Wright s second in the American Apartheid trilogy. The title No Land, No Mule, No Freedom is an ironic twist of the promise of forty acres and a mule made to black slaves by the US Government during their emancipation. Of course, these promises were never kept. Writer and historical events researcher James S. Wright uses the theme of how America s leaders proclaim their intention to level the playing field with fairness and justice for all while they amazingly continue to find ways to circumvent the laws to deny people of color what all other citizens take for granted. Readers will appreciate Wright s keen commentary backed by stories of major race related events that clearly demonstrates America s historically wayward, dishonest and shortsighted political and social perspectives about African Americans, as well as Native Americans. Some of the intriguing issues covered in the American Apartheid trilogy include: Why do African American women continue to form the foundation of the black family? Why do black men continue to be the target of America s aggression and animosity? Why do African Americans believe that America s criminal justice system poses one of the gravest threats to their right to life, liberty and the pursuit of freedom? Why is racial hatred against African Americans and Jews still rising in the U.S.A.? Why is American history so distorted as it relates to blacks and other minorities? What is the genesis of black self-hatred and how do whites still use certain methods to perpetuate this condition among blacks today?. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781481951074

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