I Never Knew My Place I Never Knew My Place

I Never Knew My Place

Living, Surviving, and Thinking In a Subservient Society

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Publisher Description

American Systems, Church, Education, Families, Government, Homes, Neighbors, Work

This book focuses on a personal story of the multitude of struggles, survival and thriving techniques a three generational set of families met and overcame during a 100 year period. Two decades ago, someone wrote asking this question IS GOD DEAD? If you could question thousand of black citizens the answer would be No God is alive. Without Him I would be dead.

Today a major struggle is What is wrong with the teachers? Without the teachers in our lives many of us would be far worse off than it appears.

Is your family falling apart today? The family still is the backbone unit especially when we have children in our society depending on the adults for guidance.

Do you know your local city, county and state government officials? How do you interact with these representatives? Discover how you can do more than just vote.

What are the characteristics of a good neighbor?

What happen when work is not available?

Imagine having faith, seeking community harmony, spreading love, offering hope, and maintaining joy, being patient, peaceful and exhibiting absolute self-control.

GENRE
Nonfiction
RELEASED
2012
July 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
140
Pages
PUBLISHER
IUniverse
SELLER
AuthorHouse
SIZE
1.1
MB

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