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One in Two Million - Following my Father Through the Depression, WWII France, and Back Joe Alagna
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Size: 6" x 9"
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One in Two Million This is the story of my father, Casper (Jack) Alagna, a personal memoir once removed. After my father passed, I wanted to know more about what he went through in the depression, but especially in World War Two. There were about two million soldiers who fought in France. I wanted to know where he was and what he experienced. This is that story. I originally wrote it as a family record but eventually realized that there were others wanting to understand the war in France better. Many people, like I did, have no idea of what it was like for their fathers or grandfathers in the Army during that time. I also realized that real memoirs about WWII France are very hard to ...
PROJECT 274 Our Tortured Their Supremacy Philip Kiing
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PROJECT 274 provides documented proof of atavistic behaviors from the past presenting in present day. A deep dive from a clinical, behavioral, and genetic application is applied for the collective consciousness to witness and the personal consciousness to examine from within. While promoting "Changing the Cycle" as the only identifier to prevent decompensation of society in its entirety, Kiing educates on misconceptions that has plagued the Black community as well as quotes from past and current influences from both sides of ongoing conflicts. This project has been used during symposiums as a rebuttal to the denial of Critical Race Theory or Black History being a relevant necessity th ...
Protesting Discrimination Renaldo Ellis
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Size: 5.83" x 8.26"
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ISBN: 9781948186223
With so many different people in our jobs, schools and communities it is important to recognize discrimination and celebrate our diversity so that we can enjoy the benefits and not become victims or perpetrators of discrimination in the workplace. This book is about some of the experiences and thoughts of a professional, African American man seeking the American dream and believing he had a right to make a complaint about racial discrimination in the workplace.
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