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In this brilliantly challenging response to the physical, psychological and spiritual aspects of existence in the midst of poverty, segregation and the arrested development of African Americans in the small, suburban, unincorporated town of Crestmont, the author, Donald D. Warner, survived the deteriorating effects of the Great Depression to eventually become an outstanding educator and humanitarian. This former author of Dark Destiny catapults the reader forward to participation in an extraordinary autobiographical journey of a life filled with explosive situations that explore the negative effects of racial discrimination, the social and academic effects of biased educational systems, the U.S. Marines and Korean War, street gangs in Philadelphia, the Civil Rights Movement, educating children at risk in urban and suburban environments, resulting in an enlightening embrace found in the discovery of a spirituality that defines the complexity of his inner being. Resurrection contains a gold mine of valuable information relative to commonly held theories concerning family, race relations, education and religion.
|Publisher:||Outskirts Press, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.97(d)|