The effectiveness of the NAACP in the fight for civil rights is wellknown. Less wellknown is the life and story of its first president, lawyer Moorfield Storey. Author Elvis Slaughter is set to change that with the engaging book “Moorfield.” Elvis Slaughter book traces the remarkable story of Moorfield Storey.
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New book brings answers on animal reincarnation, karma and even the repercussions of eating meat London, UK, 1st August 2021 – The latest book by David Barreto, a newly acclaimed author in the fields of “science meets spirituality” promises to explain animal spirituality in a way never seen before. Spiritual
Author of upcoming book, Wild Woman; Master the Art of Pride, Presence and Productivity addresses that despite Canada enforcing residential schools, Indigenous people are here, are strong and are thriving. Geraldine “Ger” Carriere addresses the war within by uncovering the roles indigenous people are forced to live in, balancing tradition
There have been tens of thousands of films made about love, including Love Actually, The Notebook, Love Jones, and Casablanca. With the 129,864,880 books that have been written, millions of those are about love. But one book that is gaining attention is a new e-book written by Michael Soward. Michael
“The Rings of Hesaurun: Book One” by Peter Harrett is a new sci-fi novel which pens a riveting tale of time-travel, aliens, primitive earthlings, people from the present, future, aliens and more such interesting subjects. April 20, 2021: Is it possible to “contain” time to escape the present? Sounds intriguing,
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