Click to preview And They Wonder Why It's Hard Being Black pocket and trade book

When 16-year-old boys in the USA choose their own coffins because they know their time on earth is short, where do we go from here? Young people are increasingly disaffected and sometimes hated by the general public.
This book aims to educate on the serious consequences of stereotyping. Stereotyping is the root cause and foundation for all types of racism, bigotry and discrimination and, in the worst-case scenario, can and has led to genocide.


About the Author

Elizabeth Milne
kingconan London, UK
Elizabeth Milne has been a social worker, a foster carer and an adoptive parent. She is passionate about improving life options for black and mixed-race youths.

Publish Date  November 07, 2012

Dimensions  Pocket  234 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Nonprofits & Fundraising

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