Us vs. Them
Black Peoples' Battle for Mentality
Keino Terrell provides a fresh and honest view of Black America. He challenges Black People to look in the mirror and to assess if their own actions are productive or detrimental to the race. Terrell boldly asks Black People to choose sides between Black Folk, who are hard working, educated, law abiding, ethical and socially conscious, and N*ggers who directly oppose upward mobility and cling to the negativity that erodes the Black community. “Who do you want to be?” he asks.
Terrell’s voice is educated, compassionate and real, and his call to action for Black People focuses on ten areas that will bring instantaneous positive change. He inspires parents and children alike, elevating the individuals’ desire to do better for themselves and for the community. His no nonsense approach to accountability is refreshing, and he refuses to allow Black People to settle for anything less than their true worth. What distinguishes Terrell’s writing most is his ability to simplify the complex decisions Black People face concerning morality and his persuasiveness in making others want to change their lives today.
Terrell created a literary jewel; a book that can be used to nurture our children in the home and in the schools well into the future.
- AuthorHouse, May 2010
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