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Absent

by Michael James

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In the eloquent tradition of Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu's "Countering The Conspiracy To Destroy Black Boys" I have boldly and unapologetically investigated the cause-effects aspects of cultural euthanasia, active and passive. Within the parameters of this book I will discuss in a candid, personal manner the ongoing catastrophic effects of ABSENT. Based on the principles of cause and effects we will thoroughly explore and examine the escalating assault (physical, social, political, economic, psychological) on the African American male. Part I (Chapters One and Two) will focus on several causes, encompassing specific historical events that occurred on the continents of both Africa and North America. Part II (Chapters Three, Four, and Five) will offer specific micro-dialogue on tracking the displaced, feared, and unwanted African American male. Part III (Chapters Six and Seven) will extend the dialogue of effect into two broader macro-based topics.

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