THE 2018 EXPANDED
Robert E. Lee's
The Expanded Version
The expanded version of the
original book with more
writings added to the story.
THE NEW EXPANDED
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This is a non-fiction work that, quite honestly, reads like
fiction. This is a contemporary African American's view that
unfolds the struggles of race, culture and history through a
twisted tail of faith in Black and White diversity and unity
throughout the South.
The foreword for the EXPANDED VERSION
is written by one of the last living Civil Rights Icons and
Authors, James Meredith, the first Black to integrate Ole
Miss in 1962 resulting in one of the largest Civil Rights
Era marches and racial unrest in America.
This book has sold
over 6000 copies and has a 4.6/5 star rating on Amazon with
42 reviews. NEW TO THE EXPANDED VERSION ARE CHAPTERS:
"HISTORY LESSONS IN BLACK AND WHITE," "THE MYSTICAL BLACK
CONFEDERATE,' & "A BLACK AND WHITE LETTER TO THE CHURCH,"
From an unique perspective, there is hope that the South
will shine as a beacon light to the rest of the country as
Southern redemption comes through an unlikely but believable
source, a slave's descendant who loves the South and seeks
to restore her through a common grace rooted in
Christianity, Martin Luther King's Jr.'s dream and a shared
heritage with his White brothers and sisters.
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This is a deep personal journey of
faith, heritage, race and family wrapped around the grace of
God through the eyes and honest thoughts of a modern black
man that doesn't fit the traditional Southern, Northern or
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