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A must-read for today in this time and season when the accusation of being a racist, racism, Black lives matter, criminal injustice, illegal immigrants, calling police "pigs", calling blacks who voted or supported President Trump "coons and uncle toms", protesting about the Confederate statues, and kneeling during the National Anthem are all in the front. Dr. Parson shares from a historical, factual, and biblical view of racism and it's non-effect on the Black American spirit. He takes you back in time highlighting the Black American's ability to overcome, succeed, prosper, and develop independence and wealth during the most difficult time in American history, which was after the Civil War. He shares how racism, segregation, the legal discrimination Jim Crow and vagrancy laws didn't stop Blacks from providing for themselves by their trust in God, family and the principle of working together. Collectively, Blacks created their owned businesses, schools, stores, insurance companies, and even banks which developed into the most prosperous intercity communities in America, known as the "Black Wall Streets."