Internet Interactive Workbook - Dead Men Dwarf at Winsor Ruins

by Parker Chamberlain & Editor Dr. Jaime L. Lail



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/11/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 136
ISBN : 9781698706375
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 136
ISBN : 9781698706368

About the Book

The social and political change that began with the emancipation proclamation from the 1800’s thru the 1900’s, brought political change and self realization to the Negro’s, that education was not just a dream, but a doorway that accessed the stair well to power in America; a clear message Unlocked by President Kennedy in the 1963 and 1964 Voting Rights Act, to young Black Americans that a turning point has been achieved. It began with 40 acres and a mule and has climaxed at the 44th president, a Black American; Barrack-O-bama, proof positive that America has reached her turning point. Envoked by Dr. Martin Luther King I Have a dream, America has more work ahead. Parker Chamberlain has spun a beautiful story of the Achievement of the American Experience not a Fiction, but a true story of his families American experience. Touch by the divine the Real Hunt For Treasure is Education, Political Activeness in The Communities of Our America.

About the Author

Parker Chamberlain was born during the late 50’s in Fayette, Mississippi, during a time when Jim Crow was the most dangerous criminal in America; Parker Chamberlain is a, native of Vicksburg, Mississippi. He like most American witnessed the Vietnam war, the political destruction and assassination of John F Kennedy and Bobby Kennedy and the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, and hundreds of individual microcosms of change, all across America, birth pains of change, political war, water gate. Iran kuntra scandal, the moon landing. Ten presidents elected and the most surprising event in American history, the 44th President elected to office Barack Obama, the first black American president, proof positive that education and political activeness and a life death struggle with Jim Crow politics, changed the civil rights and political face of a nation. At her best, stars and stripes waiving in the winds and her worst, fire hoses blasting people in the streets in Selma, Alabama in the 60s, witnessing these events, will make Parker Chamberlain a great author through the 21st century.