The Untillable Ground by C. Foskey
The Untillable Ground is the perfect book to learn about the true history of African Americans, from a knowledgeable source and with an unbiased narrative.
One of the great things about this book is that while it is at times heart wrenching, the narrative is cleverly written so that people of all ages, all over the world can understand and relate to the subject matter.
From reading this book, you will find yourself armed with the knowledge to tackle ignorance head on, and have a better understanding of strategies and projects that could genuinely tackle some of the most difficult racial problems going on in America today.
Some of the main topics covered in this book include what really happened after the end of the Civil War and how broken promises that were made by the US government caused major consequences to the black community, which has continued for decades.
Inside The Untillable Ground, discover:
- A truthful and realistic coverage of black history in the US
- The impact of broken promises from the end of the civil war
- The grit of Black Tulsa
- The truth about the fight for civil rights
- The founding of congressional black caucus
- The real story of the American drug war in the 1990s
And much, much more!
Isn’t it time for you to get a real grasp on black history in the US, and do some research for yourself on this essential topic?
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