A Black History Reader: 101 Question You Never Thought to Ask
Author: Dr. Claud Anderson
Number Of Pages: 291
Release Date: 26-05-2018
Details: Product Description A Black History Reader: 101 Questions You Never Thought to Ask is a stunning book on Race Matters, by Dr. Claud Anderson, noted Forensic Historian. He combines his investigative, research skills and keen knowledge of American history to reconstruct from evidence just how America and Blacks arrived at today s racial conundrum. In this brilliant book, Dr. Claud Anderson, best-selling author, noted political strategist and businessman, explains why race is such an enduring problem in America and why the country is embroiled in issues of the Confederacy, slavery, immigration, athletes taking-a-knee and a myriad of issues based on race and racism. Written in a Q & A format, this book is an easy read and the 101 answers he presents in A Black History Reader reflect the unique background and perspective that will make this, and have made his other books, PowerNomics: The National Plan and Black Labor, White Wealth, national best-sellers and text books continuously for more than 20 years. About the Author Dr. Claud Anderson, noted forensic historian, has a matchless reputation for critically analyzing the social economic dilemma of Black America and crafting solutions. The rare combination of his life experiences has given him authority to make the recommendations he does in his books, to help Black America become self-sufficient and competitive. And he has devoted his life to doing just that. It is this background and his independent thinking and research that forms the foundation from which he has written five books and developed the strategies he offered to Black America. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Author of five best-selling books about Black History and ways to use history to reverse the bottom rung status of Blacks: President of PowerNomics® Corporation of America, Inc., the company that publishes his books and is president of The Harvest Institute, a non-profit public policy research and education organization that works for the self-sufficiency of Black America; is current president. - Doctorate degrees: earned and honorary. - Established the State Action Council, an organization of Black activists and other leaders who formed a voting bloc that supported candidates who promised and delivered benefits to the Black community. The State Action Council became powerful and was decisional in numerous elections. - Campaign Manager in Florida for President Jimmy Carter, Governor Reubin Askew and numerous other elected officials. - Appointed by Florida Governor Reuben Askew as his advisor and Coordinator of Education for the state where Anderson authored first state and nationally approved Affirmative Action plan in 1971. -Appointed by President Jimmy Carter as Assistant Secretary of Commerce, Federal Chairman of the Coastal Plains Commission; chaired meetings with governors of the Southeastern states and approved funds for economic development projects in the region. - Special Project Director, the 1988 Democratic National Convention in Atlanta. - Marketing Development Officer, Federal Minority Bank Development Program. - Funded and constructed a Jones Island crab storage facility for Blacks in South Carolina and a Hilton Head Island Seafood Co-op for Black fishermen. - Chief of Mission for Governors; organized and headed international trade missions to Europe, Africa and Latin America, and developed profitable trade programs with West African countries and countries in the Middle East and Latin America. -United States Marine Corp: Marine Aviation, Safety and Survival Flight Specialist. - Certified pilot.
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