The Ugly Side Of America: A Society that still Devalues Black Males

The Ugly Side Of America: A Society that still Devalues Black Males

by Min. Bryant Keith Williams Sr., Dr. Maxine Thompson
     
 
The Ugly Side of America is an engaging read that addresses racially motivated patterns of violence. The book stirs awareness, anger, and action while captivating the reader through an assessment of the historical and existential realities of a society that still devalues Black males.

Overview

The Ugly Side of America is an engaging read that addresses racially motivated patterns of violence. The book stirs awareness, anger, and action while captivating the reader through an assessment of the historical and existential realities of a society that still devalues Black males.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781500127312
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
06/30/2014
Pages:
106
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.22(d)

Meet the Author

Minister Bryant Keith Williams is a California native, the youngest of eleven siblings and has been married to his wife, Marguerite, for twenty-two years. He have three sons ages 17, 19, and 21. He earned his AA Degree at South West Bible College in Moreno Valley, CA and a BA in Religion and Leadership in Ministry at Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, CA. He is currently working on his MA Education Counseling and Clinical Psychology degree at Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, CA. He is also an ordained minister; he spent several years working as a licensed Cabinet and Millworks Contractor; he started his own non-profit ministry, Safe Haven, several years ago.
Min. Bryant Keith Williams is also an emerging screenwriter with several scripts under his belt. His script, Rightful Place, is a positive story about an African American pastor who volunteers in a Clergy on Campus program at a middle school. In that role, he prevents a school shooting which could have been a massacre. In his second script, Something Has to Die, the story is based on racism and mental health issues. The major character is an African American ex-cop by the name of Christopher Dorner who went on a shooting rampage after being fired from the LAPD. Minister Williams is currently working on another script called Unnecessary Hate; it is a story that combines the Trayvon Benjamin Martin's and Jordan Davis' homicides. The storyline is plagued with issues of racism and injustice.

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