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 America The Black Point of View: An Investigation and Study of The White People of America and Western Europe and The Autobiography of an American Ghetto Boy – The 1950’s and 1960’s – From the Projects to NAACP Image Award Winner, Volume One (Amber Booksby Tony Rose
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“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, or I kill someone – Tony Rose

This book is essentially a children’s story. A story of tens of millions of children locked away in the segregated, red-lined ghettos and housing projects of America. I found out early on that this was not going to be an easy book to write.

I found out early on that this was not going to be an easy book to write. I wanted to write an autobiography about my early childhood and teen years and the horrific murderers, pimps, gangsters, drug dealers, drug addicts, rapists, child abusers and thieves, that I grew up with, lived with, called family, and write about in  The Autobiography of an American Ghetto Boy. I soon realized that I could not write about me as an African American child and teen living in America, without writing about White America, what it was like when I was a child, how it shaped the people around me and what it is like to now live in America, which for millions of African American children is horrific, terrifying, and not so very different than it was for me as a child. – Tony Rose

I also wanted to write about what it was like for a child… in the real ghetto, the projects… where, contrary to how poor Black people are always depicted, there was no God, no church on Sundays, and no singing in the choir.” –– Excerpted from the Introduction (page 1) of “America: The Black Point of View.

*Tony Rose was born in Roxbury, (Boston) Massachusetts and raised in the Whittier Street Housing Projects. He is an NAACP Image Award Winner and the Publisher/CEO of Amber Communications Group, the largest African-American publisher of self-help books and music biographies. He is also the author of several books, and the publisher of the NAACP Image Award-winning, “Obama Talks Back: Global Lessons.”

 

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Often when a White reviewer has reviewed America the Black Point of View they make the same mistake as this reviewer has in thinking that White Western European and White American extermination, slavery, racism, segregation and the brutal colonization of Africans, African Americans, Native Americans, Native South Americans, India, the Middle East, Native Australians and other people of color throughout the world, is as this reviewer states, “an exaggeration”, and they tend to dwell more on the evils of the American ghettos and projects and find ways to excuse White Western European and White American capitalism, greed and racism as the prime problems for the destruction of tens of millions of African Americans living in our American cities. Although this reviewer has at least found the balls to say, “my rambling exposition of the history of slavery and racism, contains much truth”.   – Tony Rose 

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White racism, slavery, and ongoing bigotry are to blame for the problems of black America, as well as the author’s violent youth, according to this manifesto and accompanying memoir.  Rose, a publisher and former record producer, opens his book with an essay.  Its subjects include the sins of white people against Africans, surveying the horrors of the Middle Passage; the violation of slave women by white owners in the American South and the brutalization and emasculation of black men; the drug trade in black communities, which he contends is organized by the U.S. government; police killings; and the ingrained racism of some 70 percent of whites.  Rose’s rambling exposition of the history of slavery and racism, contains much truth.  However, it also contains exaggeration and stereotyping of people of European descent, whom he characterizes as “primitive, barbaric, vicious white monkeys [who] descended with the horrors of their psychotic desires and thirst for blood, rape and death on so-called uncivilized African and people of color throughout the world.”  He calls for reparations, and urges African-American youngsters to avoid drugs and crime and get an education; less constructively, he suggests that “whenever we meet or see a white man we should all just spit on him for the death of our millions of ancestors.”  The volume’s second part, “The Autobiography of an American Ghetto Boy,” is more personal and less ideological, as it recounts Rose’s grim upbringing in the purgatory of Boston’s housing projects in the 1950s and ’60s.  He writes of being perpetually hungry; abandoned by his father, a career pimp and mob hit man who was often in jail; regularly beaten by a mentally unstable mother; and preyed upon by merciless gangs—until he joined one and started committing robberies.  His story also has its heroes, including his genteel grandmother, sympathetic grocers, the nuns at his parochial school, a caring Boy Scout leader, and finally, the U.S. Air Force, which gave him training and discipline.  Overall, the memoir is fragmented and repetitive.  However, his prose is vigorous and vivid, and sometimes pungent, scabrous, and sexually graphic.  It leaves a lasting impression of the chaos, deprivation, and psychic ravages of the ghetto, but also gives readers a more nuanced, three-dimensional view of its social life and its people.  A sometimes-distorted and sometimes-revealing portrait of a nightmarish United States.David Rapp, Kirkus Book Review

An American Masterpiece…..   savagely written and beautifully told.

I found out early on that this was not going to be an easy book to write. I wanted to write an autobiography about my early childhood and teen years and the horrific murderers, pimps, gangsters, drug dealers, drug addicts, rapists, child abusers and thieves, that I grew up with, lived with, called family, and write about in The Autobiography of an American Ghetto Boy. I soon realized that I could not write about me as an African American child and teen living in America, without writing about White America, what it was like when I was a child, how it shaped the people around me and what it is like to now live in America, which for millions of African American children is horrific, terrifying, and not so very different than it was for me as a child. – Tony Rose
  

You must read America The Black Point of ViewThis book answers many questions I have had over the years about black ghettos, the overall black mentality and also the mentality of the white diaspora.  I have not read anything as raw and in my face as the delivery of this book.  I was jolted upward the entire time I read this masterful work of truth.  Sometimes the truth hurts, but it was necessary to read what so many of us have been denying for too long.  This book is saying so many poignant things.  One thing that stood out to me was that a lot of behavior that we see among blacks, especially in ghettos and low income neighborhoods, stems from the evil that was done to us by white people for hundreds of years, including the years preceding the trans-Atlantic slave trade.  That is one of the hard truths in this book, among many others.  I was impressed with how Mr. Rose laid out his theses on various topics throughout the book.  After finishing this book, I was left to re-examine my own thought processes regarding our people and also the white diaspora.  I am guilty of prejudging without understanding pathology.  This book has given me a better understanding of history and how history has affected and infected generations of our society at large.   It’s truly and eye-opening read. –  Teresa Price – Avid Reader, Amazon.com

NAACP Award Winning Author, Tony Rose gives America the opportunity to remove rose colored glasses and examine the rise of a ghetto boy surviving poverty, abuse, and racism in the 1950’s and 1960’s with his new book.  The book graphically describes the young life of Tony Rose and his courageous determination to beat the odds of insanity in ghetto life and death.  America the Black Point of View speaks to men and women stripped of every dignity they believed they have lost; the book speaks to the abused soul of individuals who think they understand black and white life and death. Over 500 pages of horrific raw ghetto life balanced with history and the escape out of hell is delivered in Rose’s bookSome may not get through one reading as the book can require a grasp on the brutal reality of a ghetto war zone. America gets to look deep inside the complications of a Black man’s life before judging swagger so often misunderstood. “When a White child commits atrocities in America it must be because he fell through the cracks and didn’t get the mental help he so deserved. When a Black child commits horrific crimes and murder, it’s because he’s black and by birth is a brutal animal and gets life and forever in jail, where his or her abuse and life continues to be one long night in hell,” an excerpt from page 81, ‘America The Black Point of View.’  Dysfunction in families across America has never been described the way Tony Rose pens his life and ghetto family’s truth in this autobiography. It rings the likeness of many souls recovering from insanity’s near death experience.  Author Tony Rose describes a common thread of dysfunction that with understanding may unravel a rope of racism‘America The Black Point of View’ by Tony Rose offers an understanding to the evils of ghetto life without accepting it’s destruction to the human soul.  Read the book over and over again if you can take the truth.  – Deborah Rene’ is a long time book critic, ghost writer, and entertainment editor.

Tony Rose’s cautionary tale and analysis of what legacies still remain in urban communities such as the streets of Boston of his youth that he survived. The sheer violence, fathers incarcerated, streets filled with drug and alcohol addicted residents, gangs, brutal police engagement which is still a timely discussion and commentary of what is occurring in the lives of youth today trying to survive the ghettos of America with increasingly limited resources, jobs and viable opportunities with the ability to make good choices for service, entrepreneurship, or education that can lead one to live a prosperous life and one safe from harm, ruin even death. This book is a must read for everyone – Lynette McMillon, President, The Tushe Group, Public Relations.

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His absentee-dad was rarely around after being caught molesting his daughter, not that the heroin addicted-pimp/Mafia hit man would have made much of a role model. Consequently, Tony’s mom was totally dependent on that bi-weekly Welfare check from the government. And up until she lost her mind in 1956, the emotionally-abusive woman was fond of routinely reminding her kids that they were “black and ugly” and that nobody wanted them. Nevertheless, Tony was wise enough not to lay all of the blame for his nightmarish childhood on his parents, since so many of his friends had to deal with similar dysfunction. After all, he describes the Whittier Street Housing Projects where he grew up as “a red fortress filled with screaming children, cold brutal gangs and women.”  Therefore, he decided to open his memoirs with a 100+ page blistering attack on the 70% of White America that remains ostensibly indifferent to the country’s shameful legacy of slavery, segregation and institutional racism . For, their destructive by-products exact a continuing toll as evidenced in the African-American masses’ ongoing suffering in squalor due to a seemingly-irreversible cultural collapse. Following that damning digression, Tony proceeds to relate his own heartbreaking life story, warts and all, in a vivid fashion that just jumps off the page. The jaw-dropping opus covers only his formative through teen years, a period he spent doing everything from killing roaches to subsisting on celery soup to standing up to neighborhood murderers and rapists. “America: The Black Point of View” proves to be a very timely to me, as it even addresses the epidemic of shootings of unarmed blacks like Trayvon Martin, Jordan Davis and now the 9 Charleston churchgoers by cowardly whites. The author points out that “the weak white coward is not interested in going up against the real black gangster, they know the difference; but, they use the real black gangster as their excuse” for killing the innocent and the defenseless.  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 is an internationally renowned, award winning journalist, film critic, celebrity interviewer, music and literary critic.

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 I can’t put it down, the book is written with such passion.  I get so emotional about triumph and this book is a triumph Kay Bourne, Arts and Entertainment writer and critic, and “The Boston Theater Critics Association, “2015 Elliot Norton Award”, recipient.”

Tony Rose, one of the nation’s leading publishers, literary pioneers and music industry entrepreneurs has penned a poignant and powerful examination of race relations in America and adeptly weaves it into a brutally frank and revealing look into his own childhood and adult experiences. From the streets of Roxbury and true “hood” life to the corporate board room and numerous awards and accolades, Tony’s journey proves that one can overcome their challenges to excel and rise to be a role model. After the recent incidents in Ferguson, New York, Baltimore, Charleston and the birth of the Black Lives Matter Movement,this book is timely and right on point. A must read. – Kendall A. Minter, Esq. Legendary Entertainment Attorney and Author of, Understanding and Negotiating 360 Ancillary Rights Deals – An Artists Guide to Negotiating 360 Record Deals.

Thank you for an informative and compassionate look at your life and America.  I highly, highly, recommend this book! –  Maggie Linton, The Maggie Linton Show, Sirius XM Radio, Channel 126.

Took my breathe away! – Terrie Williams, Founder/President of the Terrie Williams Agency, Mental Health Advocate/Author of Black Pain: It Just Looks Like We’re Not Hurting.

Congratulations Tony. This is an outstanding literary accomplishment. – Earl Cobb, CEO and Managing Partner, Richer Life, LLC and co-host of “Living a Richer Life – Life Changing Talk Radio”. 

Why do thugs emerge?  The uncensored autobiography of legendary gold and platinum record music producer and book publishing mogul, Tony Rose, NAACP Image Award winner, tells you how in a R-rated, due to  violence, sexual abuse, language, rape, drugs and rage style. In a riveting, makes you wanna holler… searing indictment of America in the “benign neglect” of a dog-eat-dog world,where the alpha dog preys on the weak in Roxbury/Boston’s Whittier Street Housing Projects, where Black males going to the lockup becomes a passe rite-of-passage to manhood.  His one-boy heroic campaign to eradicate child rape in the projects almost cost him his life, if not for the final intervention by a streetwise Mafia fatherman, who teaches his manchild how to hustle on an even grander scale. His careening life-and-death course between the criminal underworld and a caring world for America’s underclass, represented by a hustler father, scoutmaster, nuns and priest, military, business leader and a transformation, that leaves you holding on to your pants. Finally, Tony Rose gives us concrete steps to become part of the solution through his newly found foundation for disadvantaged youth in the projects, ghettos and rural reaches before a new generation of thugs emerge.  America is indebted to Mr. Rose for writing this biting, brutally-honest, wake-up call masterpiece.Roland Barksdale-Hall, Librarian, Black Caucus of the American Library Association (BCALA), Community Activist and Author of The African American Family’s Guide to Tracing Our Roots: Healing, Understanding and Restoring Our Families  

Tony Rose has provided a unique look and report on the white people of America and Western Europe.  His perspective is real and should be read by everyone who wants to know the “real” history.  The  book is really three books in one. The historical study, his family genealogy, and his autobiography for the first 20 years of his life.  An amazing story.  Tony Rose has shared his personal struggles and the many barriers and obstacles that could have prevented success, but that he overcame to become the success he is today.  Well done! – Farrell Chiles, Activist and Author of As BIG As It Gets: A Chairman of the Board’s Rise and Tenure at the Top – Lessons in Leadership and African American Warrant Officers…In Service To Our Country.

I have personally and repeatedly witnessed the extraordinary genius of Tony Rose; however his written words in America: the Black Point of View have outdone all accountings that I have seen written by anyone in an attempt to outline a true and thorough history of man’s evolution and his ancestry as it crossed the color lines and evolved throughout the world. Rose has not only detailed the foundation of the evolution, but he has brought the reader into a three-dimensional ghetto community – his childhood community – wreaking of havoc, murder, mayhem, poverty, hunger, insanity, rape, drugs and all the dangers associated with growing up loveless and lifeless in an American ghetto – particularly in his gloomy abode in the Whittier Street Housing Projects, Roxbury, Mass.  In spite of it all, Tony Rose defeated the odds and became one of the world’s most notable music producers and an NAACP Image Award Winner for Outstanding Literature.  If you are interested in knowing the Truth about the white man’s effect on the Black man’s slave mentality and the chains that have not been broken because of centuries of degradation which began in the slave ships and still exists to this day, READ THIS BOOK! – Yvonne Rose, Director of Quality Press, Associate Publisher, Amber Communications Group, Inc – www.qualitypress.info – www.amberbooks.com

America: The Black Point of View proves to be a very timely tome, as it even addresses the epidemic of shootings of unarmed blacks like Trayvon Martin, Jordan Davis and now the nine Charleston churchgoers by cowardly whites. The author points out that “the weak white coward is not interested in going up against the real black gangster, they know the difference; but, they use the real black gangster as their excuse” for killing the innocent and the defenseless. – Read our full review at aalbc.com. – Troy Johnson, Founder and Webmaster of the African American Literature Book Club (AALBC.com)

Tony, My thanks to you. I am halfway through your latest book that I truly believe that everyone of African American descent needs to read. I would love for you to appear on the Sean Hannity show to debate him and will advocate for that with him. – Marc Medley, Host of the Reading Circle Radio Show on WPSC 88.7, Wayne New Jersey.

Hey Folks. Please check out the newly released , provocative, informative and compelling life journey/history lesson written by my close friend, partner, client and extended family member Tony Rose. To say it’s right on time would be an understatement. – Kendall Minter, Esq., Legendary Entertainment Attorney and Author of, Understanding and Negotiating 360 Ancillary Rights Deals – An Artists Guide to Negotiating 360 Record Deals.

Tony, I got the book last night. Up reading it till 3:00am. High powered and rapid machine gun fire!!! TOTALLY ENGROSSING. America the Black Point of View is a brilliantly written book and will most certainly be a 21st Century Classic – Rod Ambrose, Prevention Education Coordinator, City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation @ South Phoenix Youth Center, BRAVE Project Office

“America The Black Point of View – An Investigation and Study of the White People of America and Western Europe and The Autobiography of an American Ghetto Boy” by Tony Rose, is a book that should be required reading in America’s public schools and every College and University. A must read book! I found this book to be a source of reference regarding the development and tragedy of the journey of Africans to America. What struck me, was the autobiography section of Tony’s book. What a well-documented account of his life. In summary, everyone who thought the world is against them, need to read this book. Tony has done remarkably well in living the American dream of business ownership and leaving a legacy for all of America to read. Congratulations Tony for well written book!!!— Cal Stevens, President, Tacada Marketing, LLC., Author of You Can Sell to Uncle Sam: Getting Government Contracts.

Thank you Tony. It is a must read for all of us. – Jim Lopes, Attorney and Law Professor at the University of Massachusetts – Boston Campus.

I admire your sharing your story. It’s helpful to the soul and also can possibly save others. I really feel that it should be in school systems and outreach programs material. – Brandi Butler, Boston, Mass.

I have been waiting for you to write your story. Thank You for writing  your powerful story from the voice of Little Tony, Tony Rose (the child). Thank you for honoring the pain.  Have you allowed yourself to fully feel the pain?   I am recommending the book to everyone working with at risk boys and to every angry African American male I know.   Thank you for risking your life to stop the rapes in The Whittier Street Housing Projects. – Revola Fontaine, Atlanta, Georgia

I am still reading and have changed some of my long standing beliefs based on your writings. The “Creature” and “Fred” make quite an impression!  Once I started reading the book it was difficult to put down. – Bruce Matthews, All State Life Insurance Adjuster.

I scanned the book and was impressed with the major transition you’ve made in your life to be and accomplish the things you have done and found the perfect woman to give you balance.   I was also surprised when I learned your roots begin in Roxbury, MA.   I have close family from there as well. – Andrew Jackson – Brother Sekou, Executive Director, Langston Hughes, Community Center Cultural Center-Queens Borough Public Library.

I echo the sentiments of everyone in your review. Clearly I too have been up til 3am, I simply cannot put the book down. Each page that I read I learn something new, historically, statistically, globally. In a word, your book should be a part of the United States History curriculum at the secondary level.Outstanding!! – Juliet Gipson, MA, Licensed Real Estate Broker, Orange County, CA

A Must Read!!! Congratulations! This is an outstanding book.… – Cal Stevens, President, Tacada Marketing, LLC., Author of You Can Sell to Uncle Sam: Getting Government Contracts.

Some of the books I’m currently reading are Tony Rose‘s powerful autobiography about growing up in the Whitier Housing Projects in Roxbury – Kay Bourne, Arts and Entertainment writer and critic, and “The Boston Theater Critics Association, “2015 Elliot Norton Award”, recipient.”

Excellent Tony!   Excellent reasoning, excellent writing, excellent explanation!  Excellent answers! I am very proud and honored to recommend Tony Rose’s new book.  – Daya Devi Doolin, Yoga Instructor and Author of Yoga, Meditation, and Spiritual Growth for the African American Community-If You Can Breathe You Can Do Yoga and Fid Inner and Outer Peace-The Ultimate Yoga Book for Beginners and the Young at Heart.

Great Book!…..- Darrell Miller, Managing Partner of the law firm Fox Rothschild, LLP, Los Angeles, and Chair of the firms Entertainment Law Department.

Congratulations, Mr. Rose on a book that promises to add to the dialogue about race and poverty in America. The poor and underprivileged can benefit from an advocate, such as yourself who has been there.  Continued Success. – Roland Barksdale-Hall, Librarian, Community Activist and Author of The African American Family’s Guide to Tracing Our Roots: Healing, Understanding and Restoring Our Families

Reading it now…excellent book! – Dr. Kimberly Shedrick, Host of The Entrepreneur Show on Blog Talk Radio.

Tony, There was nothing better than getting this treasure from you.  The work you put in is amazing.  We can already see the innovation. Can’t wait to finish it—and share it.Charlotte D. Grant-Cobb, PhD, Co-Publisher, Richer Press (an imprint of Richer Life, LLC) and co-host of “Living a Richer Life – Life Changing Talk Radio”. 

This is an amazing, interesting book that, with everything happening in America today, is especially important. I recommend it highly and think it will also be of interest to readers all around the world.

I would love to have you come down to Tucson  with Yvonne and we can discuss your book. I have been able to download it from it iTunes and have just about finished reading it. I feel certain we can make sales of it to publishers in many of the countries around the world that we deal with.  Evelyn Lee, Global Book Rights, Literary Agent

Your insight and desire to make a difference through a foundation empowering public housing residents is commendable. Look forward to talking with you about prospects for the future.  – Roland Barksdale Hall, Librarian, Community Activist and Author of The African American Family’s Guide to Tracing Our Roots: Healing, Understanding and Restoring Our Families

I Look forward to enjoying every letter written in your autobiographical history book. I look forward to this journey. Your book will indeed educate us all. – Juliet Gipson, MA, Licensed Real Estate Broker, Orange County, CA

Thanks for the book. You are amazing. – Prince Charles Alexander, Professor, Berklee College of Music, Boston, Mass

Congratulations brother Tony – Rev. Willie Wiggins, Minister Concord Baptist Church, Boston, Mass.

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Tony and his father, Frederick B. Rose, 1952

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Tony Rose’s Great-Grandparents Mary Laberge Smith and Robert Smith, circa 1897 

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