The truth is, if you don't know your history, you lose your sense of self and your culture. If the primary history that African-American children are taught boils down to “we came from slaves,” we not only lose the rich complexity that is African-American history, but we start children off with a “less than equal” subtlety that disengages them from wanting to learn their history or to be a part of system which stands for principals of justice and equality but yet lives according to a much different system, one of corruption and profits at all cost. This needs to change.
Anything you hold on too tightly, you will lose. It is easy to drift into self, but every now and then you have to take a self-examination, keep yourself in-check and access where your head space is. I named this book, ENTITLED, because I drifted from one mindset to another. I went from being humbled to ENTITLED. I started living in a world of make believe and found myself in a broken state all due to the power of money. If you have lost sight and focus of what is really important to you, you need this book. It will help put wealth into perspective, stay strong in your faith and never lose sight of your humble beginnings.
Ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of all citizens. Achieve equality of rights and eliminate race prejudice among the citizens of the United States. Remove all barriers of racial discrimination through democratic processes.