Just as It's Happening Now

Xlibris Corporation
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The book is about a man named Guy. He is a college graduate interested in improving the self-worth of the people within the community he serves. Guy has formed a organization composed of students from the community college where he works. The name of this organization is, The Self- Awareness Movement. The movement works through the means such as networking with the various corporate business, community groups and churches to bring services and programs to the community. Steve, who is Guys assistant and a Corporate Executive named Crystal, works together to help the movement achieve its goals. For several years less federal and state funding has filtered down to the inner communities of our cities. I believe that it is the self-esteem of our young fro-American, along with other minorities that have been affected by the scarcity of federal aid.- which also results in great numbers of psycho-social problems left unresolved. One night while Guy is driving to meet his co-workers at a club to celebrate the success of their latest endeavor, he has a car accident. It hurls him back hundreds of years into the past. There he ends up in the cruel and unforgiving slave trade, where he contemplates, plan and struggle to return to his home and the people he loves.
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Gregory Mott was born in Newark,NJ. He lived there until young adulthood. Then East Orange, NJ, and Tampa Fl., he would call his home. He has an Assoc. Degree in Psychology from Essex County College, and Mr Mott is currently attending Rutgers University of Newark NJ for his BS Degree in Sociology. He expects to graduate in the year of 2013. Gregory Mott has also worked professionally as a photographer, and briefly as an apprentice with the late Pulitzer Award winner Mr. Moneta Sleet Jr. of Johnson Publication. Gregory Mott credits Rev. Berta Mott, his mother, for showing him the path to GOD while growing up as a child. Also the love of his adult children; Kenya, Kabira, Malik and Jasmire has helped in giving him purpose of life.

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Xlibris Corporation
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Jun 17, 2011
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Fiction / General
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