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FREE AT LAST: PRESCRIPTIONS FOR BLACK EQUITY
by Uriah J. Fields
Friday, May 11, 2012
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America has an African American, Barack Obama, President. Does that mean Americans are living in a post-racial society?

Each is in all
All is in each
Each for all
All for each
No each without all
No all without each
Each is all
And all is each.

But when, certainly,
not now.

African Americans deserve
to have an equal share of
America's resources, opportunities,
responsibilities and privileges that
are bountifully enjoyed by other
races and ethnic groups. But this
is not the case. To find out why this
is still true even though Americans
have an African American President
and what must be done to achieve
black equity, please visit:
www.uriahfields.com and at the
bottom of the menu click on
"Free At Last: Prescriptions..."
 
After reading this expansive
treatise your understanding of
race in America will never be
the same as it is now.

Copyright 2012 By Uriah J. Fields

 

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Reviewed by Ronald Hull
It's going to be a long, uphill climb. But we'll all get to that mountain top someday. The world is too diverse and opportunity too great, for people to be passed by.

Ron
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