Perspectives: The Evolution of Africans in North America The Three Phases of Permanent Perpetual Slavery uses history from a quasi-clinical perspective. Although this book is not intended as a purely scientifically qualified approach it nevertheless uses elements by observing patterns of events shaping socio-environmental conditions impacting on a targeted group. Breaking the evolutional changes into phases should help to structure a view of the symptoms presented at this point in time. From that you can begin to diagnosis the pathology resulting from the long-term traumatic events. For that reason this book will observe the Peculiar closed system of slavery institutionalized in Colonial America and extending into the core foundation of the American Society as it is today. Hopefully this crude analysis using the three phases of perpetual slavery will bring some understanding of the present day functioning of the identified group, African Americans, and will assist with predicting what path for treatment would most impact the greatest healing.
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About the Author
Archie J. Williams is a Masters Level Social Worker who has worked in the field of social services for over four decades. During that time he has gained experience working in various treatment and community settings with children and their families. As a trained professional in the Strengths-Based Cognitive Behavioral Approach, Mr. Williams has developed educational/informational groups and individual counseling techniques to assist African-American youth specifically, but all youth in general, as they address their natural psychosocial developmental needs. Mr. Williams have received many awards and recognition in his field and the community at-large as he has worked on behalf of all who are most vulnerable in our society.