Generational Curse Or Generational Ignorance?: Possible Excuses Recycled

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Trina Houseton, Apr 8, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 156 pages
A Generational Curse is never a good thing. Conversely, it is an ideology that is often synonymous with African Americans. The author expresses personal views, experiences and research to address topics that are increasingly affecting African Americans such as broken Family homes, Crimes, Education, Priorities and a disconnect from God.The book also includes Scriptural themes, a Self-Check Guide and Suggested Readings.Visit her personal website at to read more about her, sign the guestbook and to participate in an online forum.Excerpt from Introduction:With the election of U.S. President Barack Obama and as the recent recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, I felt compelled to challenge or at least dismiss the notion of a "Generational Curse". How is this possible when each generation is presumed to do better than the last? At what point or generation is it no longer a "Curse", but rather shameless "Ignorance"? Are some African Americans using a "Curse" as an ongoing "Excuse"?

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About the author (2012)

Trina Houseton is a new and upcoming author, who in this book, discusses subject matters that are continual, to some debatable and with an in your face approach. She is a graduate of Alabama State University (BS) and Troy State University (MBA) in Montgomery, Alabama. View Author's Page on

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