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Reviews of Book from Amazons

Harold Springer: I highly recommend this book. It is highly insightful, on point, an excellent source of references, and thought provoking for the “critical thinker.” Professor Ricks leads us to “true enlightenment” by answering questions that . . .haven't been asked. . . [She] travels deep into the abyss of history to provide this viewpoint. . . Most of us are totally unaware of what was created through our forced journey. Some prefer to remain ignorant, silent, and blinded to facts (once) revealed. . . [You gain] greater respect for those that have endured in the struggle for our freedom. Take the time . . . to understand how it affects us today. . . It requires no hatred, only a love [of] self that refuses to accept nothing less than the truth about our history. . . Ultimately this book has within it, the ability to free us all.

Aaron Johnson: Great book. An up to date account of where the world is, and how we got here through the Transatlantic Slave Trade . . . This book was an enlightening journey from Africa to the US from the prospective of the African kings, European slave traders, Ancient Americans, corporate business, government and church. To connect these paradigms was brilliant and much needed. I was enriched thoroughly. I recommend this book to people interested in learning. Thank you.

Publication Information

ISBN: 978-1491265628
Paperback: 219 pages

Published: First Ed. 2013;
Available in: English

Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Honoring the Heart Publishing

Book Reviews from Amazon.com

“I highly recommend this book. It is highly insightful, on point, an excellent source of references, and thought provoking for the “critical thinker.” Professor Ricks leads us to “true enlightenment” by answering questions that . . .haven’t been asked. . . [She] travels deep into the abyss of history to provide this viewpoint. . . Most of us are totally unaware of what was created through our forced journey. Some prefer to remain ignorant, silent, and blinded to facts (once) revealed. . . [You gain] greater respect for those that have endured in the struggle for our freedom. Take the time . . . to understand how it affects us today. . . It requires no hatred, only a love [of] self that refuses to accept nothing less than the truth about our history. . . Ultimately this book has within it, the ability to free us all.”

By Harold Springer

“Great book. An up to date account of where the world is, and how we got here through the Transatlantic Slave Trade . . . This book was an enlightening journey from Africa to the US from the prospective of the African kings, European slave traders, Ancient Americans, corporate business, government and church. To connect these paradigms was brilliant and much needed. I was enriched thoroughly. I recommend this book to people interested in learning. Thank you.”

By Aaron Johnson

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