Liberty & Justice For All

Xlibris Corporation
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This journal of Callie’s life is a continuation of the book, Angie Lou’s Avenues to Circle U. Callie, as the unbeknownst, continues to live the ongoing saga first described in this book. While all the acts of accusations, abuses and misuse were portrayed and preyed on her and still are, she would like the world to know and understand the plight inflicted upon her.
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Xlibris Corporation
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Published on
Aug 23, 2012
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Pages
121
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ISBN
9781477154328
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Language
English
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Genres
Biography & Autobiography / General
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This content is DRM protected.
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In today’s era, the 1990s, this is what’s going on and society can see it’s not just paranoia - it’s real plain old fashioned hatred. These dramas were shown in movies such as Roots, The Ring, School Daze, Queen, and even Bedroom Eyes, to name a few - seemingly condemning ‘some shades of color’ in America. These movies and others show how society in this era is fragmenti ng, with racism, prejudice and discrimination against their own brothers / sisters that stemmed from the beginning and over the mere evolution of ti me, developed over the centuries to become what it is today. Division, dividing and conquering - one can see throughout the five centuries and fi ve statuses, the changes make no differences, that bias and bigotry with hatred still exists with all people of the world, and will remain until the Judgement Day. This is one reason why the Black’s fi ft h status change should require another box for the multi -mixed Americans, such as Black and Indian and White, Black and White, Black and Asian and White - etc., when the census comes around again. These individuals need to become and develop their own identities as born American citizens, and this change should have taken place along with the fifth status change for Black Americans. Future Americans may vote this in.

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In today’s era, the 1990s, this is what’s going on and society can see it’s not just paranoia - it’s real plain old fashioned hatred. These dramas were shown in movies such as Roots, The Ring, School Daze, Queen, and even Bedroom Eyes, to name a few - seemingly condemning ‘some shades of color’ in America. These movies and others show how society in this era is fragmenti ng, with racism, prejudice and discrimination against their own brothers / sisters that stemmed from the beginning and over the mere evolution of ti me, developed over the centuries to become what it is today. Division, dividing and conquering - one can see throughout the five centuries and fi ve statuses, the changes make no differences, that bias and bigotry with hatred still exists with all people of the world, and will remain until the Judgement Day. This is one reason why the Black’s fi ft h status change should require another box for the multi -mixed Americans, such as Black and Indian and White, Black and White, Black and Asian and White - etc., when the census comes around again. These individuals need to become and develop their own identities as born American citizens, and this change should have taken place along with the fifth status change for Black Americans. Future Americans may vote this in.

This takes care of yesterday, today and tomorrow for a new beginning of all people, with hope for tomorrow. The late singer - songwriter by the name of Marvin Gaye may have been propheti c with his song, “What’s Going On?” It sounds just like today.
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