Wouldn't you like to know the WHOLE-STORY instead of only HIS-STORY?
Your grade school education left you with the very false impression that ALL slaves were submissive, timid, illiterate, severely oppressed & dirt poor. SOME may have been, but MANY were not. A vast number of slaves fought back, became educated, earned great wealth and purchased their freedom, yet you know little to nothing about them. Every man pictured on the front cover of this book was a slave, but nothing like the slaves you were taught about in school. These slaves were Slaves with Swag! They REFUSED to be oppressed and mightily:
- Fought their enslavers to the death!
- Earned their education!
- Became RICH & POWERFUL!
The brave actions of more than 50 male and female Slaves with Swag are documented in this book. Enhance your cultural self-esteem with the knowledge of these pre-1865 Black men and women! Reading this book will:
- Increase your cultural self-esteem by teaching you intimate details about the rich history that is embedded in your bloodline!
- Correct the damaging myths that led you to believe every pre-1865 Black person was a slave and all slaves were cowardly and idiotic!
- Teach you important messages that will improve your social and financial positions in our society!
BUY THIS BOOK TODAY! IT IS GUARANTEED TO IMPROVE YOUR PERSPECTIVE OF SLAVES FOREVER! Loaded with 75 photos and figures as undeniable proof of slave victory, triumph and success!
|Publisher:||Knowledge of Self Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.37(d)|
|Age Range:||12 Years|
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I am well versed in Black History yet learned quite a few very important Black History facts from this book. For example, I didn't know that a former slave signed late 1800 U.S. currency! That not just a statement in the book. The picture of the former slave (Blanche Kelso Bruce) AND pictures of the money with his signature are in the book! Slaves With Swag is very well written, easy to read, well-documented and really spoke to me as a Black American. The cover says it's a must read for every African American and it really is. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!