African American History

America The Black Point of View by Tony Rose

An alternately poignant and powerful autobiography that is as much a riveting overcoming-the-odds memoir as it is a searing indictment of the United States as a racist society. “A MUST READ“.  –  Kam Williams, International Music, Film, and Book Reviewer – Baret News Syndicate.
America The Black Point of View: An Investigation and Study of The White People of America and Western Europe & The Autobiography of an American Ghetto Boy – The 1950’s and 1960’s – From the Projects to NAACP Image Award Winner, Volume One (Amber Books) by Tony Rose, is essentially a children’s story. A story of millions of children locked away, in the segregated, red lined ghettos and housing projects of America. Living in a bad and horrific environment, in bad conditions, with bad parents, in bad schools, where death rides hard and is known by everybody.
An American Masterpiece…..savagely written and beautifully told.
 In this critically-acclaimed Investigation and Study of the White people of Western Europe and America, Tony Rose takes you on a four million year autobiographical and historic journey of great beauty and even greater horror.
The screams and howls of centuries of terror, violence and brutality transcend time as you, the reader, are taken on a tremendously honest, never before written, seen, heard or read in American literature, epic journey from Africa to Western Europe to the Americas in this compelling, violent, and true story of two turbulent and distinct African American families of unbridled good and evil, both born and raised in the brutality and horror of American slavery, segregation and Jim Crow.
The journey takes you all the way to the terrifying, vicious and savagely honest, invisible black ghetto world of a child, and then teenager, growing up in the housing projects of the 1950’s and 1960’s, where the schools of hard knocks and real fucked up shit are taught, lived, and died in, side by side.
I come from a place that is so invisible that you can hardly see me.
Yet, I am despised, hated and feared more than anyone or anything.
I am invisible, I live in the real ghetto, the projects. I am poor and
hungry, I live in the underbelly of America and I am poor and have
nothing. I am a black man, I am a black woman, I am a black
child, and I am invisible, until someone kills me. – Tony Rose
African American history in the United States of America

Kam Williams, International Music, Book and Film Reviewer
This 432 page, critically acclaimed and internationally best-selling anthology is the most controversial and comprehensive book ever published about the history of Africans and African Americans and Europeans and European Americans ( Black and White people ) in the United States of America.
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African Amrican Family Guide to Tracing Our Roots
African American an the Future of New Orleans

African Americans and the Future of New Orleans – – Paperback
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AFRICAN AMERICANS AND THE FUTURE OF NEW ORLEANS addresses all the issues that have affected the city and its African American population prolonging the rebirth, renewal and rebuilding of the city. The book is an eye opener, revealing the behind the scenes disparities and encouraging New Orleans’ transformation into a viable city for all its citizens.  

Many questions continue to go unanswered, such as whether the population will be two-thirds African American in the new New Orleans, whether the African American population can more broadly enter the mainstream of the economic life of a transformed city, or whether they will continue to be confined to the lower rungs of the social, economic and political ladder.   This book answers all these questions and more with solutions and encourages its readers to take action.