Ebony Chronicles of Elevation, Volume 1
NCM Publishing, 2012 - Fiction - 238 pages
Judged, before he has a chance to speak. Passed over for promotions, even though he is more than qualified. Many times he is turned away from a better opportunity because of who he was born to be. Judged just by the color of his skin, the black man has been facing adversity for more than a century. In Ebony Chronicles of elevation the reader will experience in-depth tales of the black man's journey and fight for something greater. From the minds of black men who has loved, lost, fought, and educated themselves comes a powerful piece that allows their stories to be told from their voice. Brought to you by NCM Publishing and New York Times best selling author Omar Tyree comes a timeless novel that will embrace your heart, educate your mind, and elevated your spirit. featuring stories by Moses Miller, Q. B. Wells, Corey J. Barnes, and a host of others; Ebony Chronicles of Elevation will entice the readers of stories of the Ebony Man elevating out of any situation no matter how great.
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