A Community Birthday

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Untreed Reads Publishing, LLC, Sep 8, 2010 - Fiction - 9 pages
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Monica, an African-American mother dealing with difficult times, is determined to throw a birthday party for her son at a local Mouse Land. When guests start canceling and the store managers begin demanding payment in full, Monica finds herself caught up in a case of racial bias. Can the situation be defused before the happy occasion becomes a nightmare? A short story from our Diversity line.

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About the author (2010)

Leslie Vaughn Weaver is a native of Chicago, Illinois, he studied at Southeast Missouri State receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Historic Preservation. He later took a position as the Collections Assistant at the DuSable Museum of African American History. In a pursuit to further educate himself, he joined the US Army where he was stationed in South Korea and Fort Monroe, Virginia. His stay with the Army was short lived but he found a way to rise to the rank of Sergeant in under two years. After an honorable discharge and receiving a Master of Science in Human Resources Management from Troy University, he moved to Hawaii where he began his work in Human Resources with the US Army as a civilian. Currently, Mr. Weaver attends Regent University where he is working on a second Masters in Script and Screenwriting. He continues his work with the US Army in Great Lakes, Illinois. He has since opened his own production company named A Six:19 Production where he plans to educate through Short Stories, Screenplays, Documentaries and Motion Picture Films. He plans to produce work in the mindset of being mentally and physically free. He's married to his beautiful wife Cheryl and three loving children.

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