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📒Where Do We Go From Here ✍ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
📝Where Do We Go from Here Book Synopsis : In 1967, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., isolated himself from the demands of the civil rights movement, rented a house in Jamaica with no telephone, and labored over his final manuscript. In this prophetic work, which has been unavailable for more than ten years, he lays out his thoughts, plans, and dreams for America's future, including the need for better jobs, higher wages, decent housing, and quality education. With a universal message of hope that continues to resonate, King demanded an end to global suffering, asserting that humankind-for the first time-has the resources and technology to eradicate poverty.
📒After Charleston And Ferguson ✍ Micheal J. Darby
📝After Charleston and Ferguson Book Synopsis : Despite the great strides made for social justice during the civil rights movement in the 1960s some of the most jarring national events of the early twenty-first century have been symptomatic of a deep-seated racial strife in America. The killing of nine African American church members in Charleston, South Carolina and the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson Missouri, and the killing of unarmed black males in Chicago and other cities, along with the slaying of law enforcement officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge seem to suggest that major institutions such as the family, the church, the media, the criminal justice system and the public schools need to constantly address the problem of racism until there are positive ongoing changes. After Charleston and Ferguson -Where Do We Go from Here? Presents over twenty reasons why racial strife exists; along with a host of strategies to overcome racial and cultural challenges in a post-Charleston and Ferguson era. A detailed civil rights and a black history timeline is discussed as information for those who desire to learn about Americas racial and cultural past. The author also makes a passionate appeal for an Annual Brotherhood and Race Conciliation holiday where workers are given a day off to honor the importance of love and brotherhood among those of different races, colors and creeds; it is believed that more credence will be given to a National Brotherhood holiday where no persons name is mentioned in connection with the day.
📒Where Do We Go From Here ✍ Ann Forster
📝Where Do We Go from Here Book Synopsis : The book offers variety as it "lifts the lid" on mediumship - a peek behind the scenes. Have you ever wondered how mediums "know what they know"? Some of the answers are here. Have you ever thought about your own death, what it will feel like? Is there an afterlife or is death the end? The read is compelling, chapter after chapter of people's experiences such as astral journeys to other parts of the country and even to the Spirit world itself. Mediumship in children, and accounts of visual phenomena are fascinating, whilst the chapters describing poltergeist activity, premonitions about disasters and amorous spirits may leave you with a tingle down your spine! Ann discusses the emotive, often taboo, subject of suicide. People who have "lost" someone this way know how they feel about it, through her spiritual encounters during the course of her work, she is able to put across the feelings of the Spirits who committed suicide and find out what they have to say. Some chapters such as "Humour from the Spirit World" will make you laugh, whilst many others, such as "Murder in a Phone Box" and "Lisa", may bring forth tears of emotion. Ann pays tribute, throughout her book, to her friend Jenny who passed to Spirit in 1995. Herself a psychic, she "endured" premonitions of tragic incidents such as Lockerbie in 1988. This book is for anyone with an open mind who wishes to know more about spiritual and psychic matters, I must warn you to be prepared for an emotional roller-coaster ride!
📒Where Do We Go From Here ✍ Martin Luther King (Jr.)
📝Where Do We Go from Here Book Synopsis : The celebrated civil rights leader outlines the trends in the African American struggle during the sixties, and pleads for peaceful coexistence between the African American and white communities.
📒Where Do We Go From Here ✍ Doris Dorrie
📝Where Do We Go from Here Book Synopsis : Meet Fred Kaufmann, disillusioned husband of thoroughly competent Claudia and father of surly teenager Franka. His dreams of being a movie director have long ago been shelved for marriage and a child. While Claudia sells her successful vegetarian take-out restaurant to a fast food chain and buys into Buddhism, Fred is trapped in the throes of a classic midlife crisis, made worse when Franka falls madly in love with a young guru. With the hope that brown rice and hardcore meditation will cure Franka's obsession, Fred chaperones his daughter to the meditation center in the South of France. But as a bizarre set of events unfolds, he embarks on a journey of self-discovery that only a special kind of hero can survive. Funny, incisive, and ultimately forgiving, Where Do We Go From Here? is a masterpiece of ironic social comedy from one of Germany's leading writers and filmmakers.
📒Where Do We Go From Here ✍ Mark Major
📝Where Do We Go from Here Book Synopsis : Dealing with pressing issues of the day including health care, race, immigration, liberalism, religion, foreign policy, unions, feminism, education, and the media, this edited volume looks at the prospects for a radical turn in US politics. In doing so, it hopes to inspire the radical imagination by showing where we can go from here.
📒Where Do We Go From Here ✍ Jason H. Bell
📝Where Do We Go from Here Book Synopsis : This isnt your everyday stereotypical story with token characters such as your extremely sexually active confused teen or the rising school sports star. No this is about the unfortunate events that happen to your average person who keeps it real one day at a time. Most people would consider Andre as the average eighteen-year-old. School is a waste of time. Only money and girls can hold his interest. Where Do We Go From Here takes you face first into the trials and tribulations of a young confused black man dealing with adversity such as graduating high school, relationships, getting a job, and the bad influences they face everyday. Although raised in a two-parent home, Andre rarely received the attention and direction that our young black men so desperately need in order to become successful. Mentored by the neighborhood drug dealer Greg, Andre somehow manages to avoid the life of crime that his younger friend Brian admires because of the fast life it brings. Undaunted by the circumstantial temptations they go in opposite directions in life. When Andre graduates high school and becomes involved with a highly motivated aspiring lawyer named Ashley life finally looks promising. When a friendship from the past resurfaces only to disrupt the tranquility of Andres relationship with Ashley do things begin to fall a part and love is truly tested. In Andres darkest hour he is forced to rise to the occasion and do whatever is necessary to make things right even if it involves risking his own life in the process.
📒Where Do We Go From Here ✍ Jane E. Neapolitan
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📒Where Do We Go From Here ✍ Ralph W. Neighbour
📝Where Do We Go from Here Book Synopsis : With updated data on new cell church models, new information on equipping and harvest events and practical teaching on how to begin a transition, this book will continue to stir hearts to dream about what the church can be. You will find hope for the church in North America and discover the new things that Dr. Neighbour has learned over the last 10 years.