Books on Racism

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Americans are teaching themselves on racial injustice and persecution in the US.

Fights in the wake of the murdering of George Floyd cleared the nation the previous scarcely any weeks, and more Americans are discussing how to be a partner for Black individuals. In this period, it’s insufficient for partners to state they’re “not bigot,” activists and driving researchers are stating.

One significant approach to find out about ant-racism is by education and reading anti-racism books.

About the Book

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Book Cover: You Ain’t Hungry Until I’m Starving

Simultaneously touching and gritty, “You Ain’t Hungry Until I’m Starving” promotes harmony and equality by offering unique insight into some of the most complicated issues of our time. “The secret is – there really is no secret!” Growing up an African-American man with some Native American ancestry, Buggs has been gifted with an expansive and unbiased view of race relations in America. Never one to avoid the brutal realities of life, he instead decides to redirect our human confusion and frustration toward finding amicable solutions that express the best of humanity. This book serves to fulfill our deepest inner cravings and provide much required nutrition for the spirit. Buggs’ poetic methodology brings individuals together with a more profound understanding and appreciation of the greatness of life itself.

About The Author

Vid Lamonte’ Buggs Jr. is a native of Hampton, Va whose main objective is to spread motivation, inspiration and love. His work serves to urge others to look past their differences and spotlight on uniting to make the world a better spot. He currently resides in Tampa, Florida serving his community as a youth sports mentor, mentor and motivational speaker, just as community activist. While we as a whole face difficulties in life, his philosophy is that determination, positivity and a heart loaded with adoration will empower us to rise over our struggles and become the instruments to start constructive societal change.

Vid Lamonte' Buggs Jr.
Vid Lamonte’ Buggs Jr.

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  • Paperback: 156 pages
  • Publisher: 4-U-NIQUE PUBLISHING; 1 edition (May 31, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0692456295
  • ISBN-13: 978-0692456293
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches

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