EXCERPTS IN CONTROVERSY EQUAL CENSORSHIP: FREEDOMJOURNAL PRESS

 

Greetings Brethren,

 

Peace be unto you. We pray daily as God is our witness for the righteous and the unrighteous desiring that all that liveth will be saved. We say this with all sincerity as we lean on Paul and look to John. However some are confused thus there has been from our birth great opposition to our look to the Creation and man.

 

Therefore these pages will reveal selected Excerpts from our three published books. We trust that you the reader will decide for yourself regarding the inclusion of our work in the existing literature. We argue that we bring many questions up for review left to the waste can of the ignorant and for those that commit intellectual homicide. However as commissioned by a Higher Power we continue our critique of the landscape. You will find much of that here and throughout our pages posted on our Web Site.

 

“BIG RALPH: REFLECTIONS OF A BLACK POLICE CHIEF” Published 1997

 

Preface: Introduction To Chapters

 

Chapter 1: Introduction: The Seeds of Protest

 

Chapter 5: Black Integrationist & White Liberals: The White Backlash

 

Chapter 7: Civil Rights Organizations & Leadership

 

Chapter 8: Does Civil Rights Mean Integration?

 

Concluding Thoughts

 

 


“THE CRY OF HUMANITY POETRY AND PROSE LOVE, PEACE & PARADISE
Published 2006 by Catherine Patton Cothran & Carl A. Patton

 

Preface

 

The Cry of Humanity

 

Ode To Martin Luther King

 

A Sister’s Grief

 

Lost Siblings

 

Academic Freedom Academic Woes

 

Georgia

 

What Is the Future

 

The Big Oak Tree

 

Man Does Not Know My Name

 

Concluding Thoughts: Thoughts That Finish

 

 


FALLEN LETTERS: MIS-EDUCATION & INTELLECTUAL CONFUSION (ESSAYS ON THE BLACK EXPERIENCE) Published 2007.

 

Introduction Fallen Letters

 

Foreword: Harlem Renaissance Not I

 

Preface: Purging Black Intellect

 

Poetic Introduction Essays on Education: Who Will Tell My People

 

Introduction Essays Education

 

Part 1: Economic Exploitation: The Contradictions of Education

 

Part 3: Black Agents of Control

 

Part 7: Preliminary Examinations of Mis-Education

 

 


Introduction: The Name Game: The Defense of Black American & African American

 

Part 1: The Existing Tangible African Ancestry of Black Americans

 

Part 6: A Theory For Analysis: The Dialectical Conclusions of Economics & Racism

 

 


Introduction Crisis of the Black Male

 

Part 3: The Conscience of Guilt: The Impact of White Abolitionists and Philanthropists

 

 


Introduction Cultural Nationalism

 

Part 4: Original Concepts: Change Or Transition

 

Conclusion Finished Letters

 

 

 


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