Black Child Shall Not Lead Them by Raymond Sturgis
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Black Child Shall Not Lead Them
By Raymond Sturgis

A Black Child Shall Not Lead Them

Letters from Black Children That Died Violently

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Black Child Shall Not Lead Them by Raymond Sturgis

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A Black Child Shall Not Lead Them came to me as I watch the news of child after child becoming victims in adult's violent disagreements. I agree with the bible verse that a child shall lead them; however, my book conveys that children dying violently should not be leading violent misunderstandings. There are far too many children killed by ignorant individual that has no remorse or sympathy for their careless behavior. These violent perpetrators must be held accountable for unconsciously destroying families and denying babies and children the right to live a productive adult life. In addition, the climate of violence and self-destruction must end, and this is a fictional account of what decease children would say to the environment that produce the murders. They are saying to us that we must put an end to the dysfunction that manufacture anger in these young black killers, or we all will perish.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781466348677
ISBN-10: 1466348674
Classification: Black & Asian studies
Format: Paperback / softback (203mm x 127mm x 5mm)
Pages: 86
Imprint: Createspace
Publisher: Createspace
Publish Date: 1-Sep-2011
Country of Publication: United States

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