Johnny Duncan dared to use "NIGGER" in the title of his book when it was not fashionable to do so. In the decade or so since publication, bashing the "N" word has become popular. After Duncan embraced it, Rush Limbaugh has lambasted him; Michael Baisden and Tom Joyner have mocked him; and the NAACP has buried it. But, NIGGER is alive and well because it yet lives. Duncan defined it a method of unfair and discriminatory treatment whose parameters are not determined by race, religion, national origins, sexual preferences and etcetera.
Shortly after it release in 1998, a reviewer for "The African American" wrote:
"THIS BOOK TAKES THE PULSE OF THE NATION. BUT, WE (AFRICAN-AMERICANS, HISPANICS, CAUCASIAN, ETC.) MUST SHED OUR HYPOCRITICAL MASKS AND DEAL WITH THE MEANING OF THE "N" WORD SOONER OR LATER. PROFESSOR DUNCAN DOES IT SOONER!"
Remember the adage, "You can't judge a book by its cover"? Few people took this advice. This is probably the best book that many people have never read. Aside from being a book of prophecy, it got the author ticket by the police, thrown in jail and was the subject of two federal lawsuits in which Duncan prevailed. (Google Johnny Duncan ACLU and wesawthat).
Because of the sensitive nature of its name and contents, a copy of the book may be purchased by sending a $15.00 money order or check to the following address:
U. M. B. A. N.
C/O Johnny Duncan
Post Office Box 723
Amite, Louisiana 70422
Please allow two weeks for delivery.
copies are also available on Amazon.com and Craftbug.com/johnnyduncan.