An Essay On Niggers and Squirrels

An Essay On Niggers and Squirrels

by Marcus McGee
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An Essay On Niggers and Squirrels by Marcus McGee

An essay on the relationship between African American males and law enforcement, including insights on Rodney King, OJ Simpson and personal experiences of the author. An appeal to correct systemic wrongs and forge a new future.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940000894460
Publisher: Pegasus Books
Publication date: 04/26/2010
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 261,262
File size: 68 KB

About the Author

About Pegasus Books Since its inception in 1998, Pegasus Books has anticipated a publishing industry that would evolve from a system of tradition and exclusivity to one of access and opportunity for thousands of good writers who, despite literal lifetimes of effort, were simply unable to break into a system built on cronyism, luck and institutional favoritism. On the other hand, there were the vanity presses, places where no accomplished, self-respecting writer would sacrifice his or her hard-wrought work. As a result, many great writers with incredible works were locked out of the process. Fortunately, the creation and availability of desktop publishing applications and Print-on-Demand providers have changed the course of a reluctant multi-billion dollar industry, and the Internet continues to influence that change. As a result, there are more opportunities now than ever for writers, published and unpublished, for those with agents or on their own. Pegasus Books is a traditional small-to-medium press, dedicated to publishing the works of aspiring new authors and providing greater opportunities and support to established writers by being at the vanguard of this transformation. We only expect our authors to match our passion and dedication to producing high-quality books and related products. We want our readers to enjoy consistently creative, thoughtful works in their many formats. MARCUS MCGEE Curriculum Vitae Birth dateAugust 8, Casablanca Morocco Locale 19XX– 19XXCasablanca, Morocco 1964 – 1967Madrid, Spain 1967 – 1969Omaha, Nebraska 1969 – 1984Sacramento, California Valley High School (Speech, Debate, Languages, Music) California State University, Sacramento (Communication Studies major, French Language & Theatre Arts minors) 1984 - presentSacramento, CA and Los Angeles, CA Writing/Production History 1982Three plays: Solomon and Constance, Michael Angelo, Stevie: The Eighth Wonder of the World 1983Produced and directed Stevie at Sierra II Theatre, Sacramento, July; wrote stage play Table 21 Wrote No More Cheesecake!; began first novel 1985Completed novel Deus Ex Machina, completed two plays: Caesar and Kidstuff 1986Wrote stage play Dream and one-act Fashion 1987Adapted Dream as screenplay; Piss Only on the Porcelain, short stories Till Death Do Us Part, Mr. Peacock, Anthropophagi 1988Wrote The Love Tragedies and Remember 1990Produced, directed and starred in No More Cheesecake! at the Sacramento Community Center Theatre, March; began Willie Brown biography 1994Wrote Mommy! There’s A Little Boy Under My Bed! 1996Completed Willie: The Man, The Myth & The Era; wrote short stories 1998Founded Pegasus Books; Published An Essay: On Niggers and Squirrels; began writing legal novel; wrote Black Bertha 1999Published short story collection: Four Stories; finished novel; wrote Apology 2000Published novel Legal Thriller; Published An Essay: On The Execution of Timothy McVeigh 2001Published short story collection: Synchronicity; began new novel 2002Published thriller The Last Year 2003Researched and developed Griot film project 2004Completed short story collection: The Silk Noose; began sequel to Legal Thriller 2005-06 Published The Silk Noose; researched and developed thriller Viral Vector; continued writing Murder From the Grave 2007-08 Completed Murder From the Grave; began writing ViralVector; founded Parnassus Press Partnership Publishing 2009-10: Published Murder From the Grave; published Shadow In The Sky, published Moment of Truth, published Mommy, There’s A Little Boy Under My Bed! completed Viral Vector; began work on An Old Negro Spiritual and An Essay On What They Called Us; Borders Book tour of the Northwest – Murder From The Grave a bestseller for region in Q4 2010 2011Wrote and published How To Eat An Elephant and Two Matadors; converted all books to eBooks; greater emphasis on publishing new writers; wrote Obama's Shirt and two additional books under pseudonym. Extras: Fluent in French, competent at Latin and Spanish; accomplished at saxophone and other woodwinds; strong science, math, history, political science and religions background Hobbies: Reading history and philosophy; theatrical production; music and movies Passions: Writing, research, stories, wine, art, Odd Fact: Marcus managed an upscale/political/lobbyist hangout Chinese restaurant called Frank Fat’s, one block from the California State Capitol, for fourteen years.

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An Essay On Niggers and Squirrels 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 30 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The people who have given this essay one star have not read it. It is written by a black man and describes his experiences and thoughts on the relationship between blacks and the white society. Give it a read.
Conflict_Diamond More than 1 year ago
Come, now. Let us reason together, you and I. This man's voice is not the "voice of a racist", nor are these words "garbage". Rather, these words (piercing, though they are) are an inconvenient truth that must not be ignored, ESPECIALLY by those that are offended by them. I refuse to hide behind anonymity to say that this work is important and relevant, especially in a state where things haven't changed a bit, no matter what you've been told. We must hear thestories that aren't told aloud. Please, read this work. Ps apparently, b&n forces anonymity :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is an essay about one man's experience with law enforcement and the world in which he lives. This essay is very disturbing in some areas however, it is very insightful and a very good read. Highly recommended!
Wesley McKinney More than 1 year ago
Any educated person should not be shocked by anything in this essay. Good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Honest and insightful. I dont agree with every word but the perspective was helpful in getting my analytical side working on the issues at hand.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The thoughtful contemplation of some of one mans experiences with raceism, it's impact on him and his family, and his plan of action to improve race relations.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An insightful eassy written by a thoughtful man.
T-Ronasauricus More than 1 year ago
A great short essay that provided insight on racial differences. I quite enjoyed it and felt like I came away having learned something. :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The title drew me in. The writing and truthfulness of the naritive keep me there.
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Learn to read the book first.
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