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3 thoughts on “e-Edition

  1. Flix Washington says:

    Great source for MS news.

  2. J.M. Radonagle says:

    For one day only, on Saturday February 21st, we would like to offer you a free digital copy of “Negro Please! A Book for Most Black People and All White Folks”

    This book pulls no punches. Everything is out on the table.

    It is way past the time for us to begin this discussion, and be completely honest about it for a change.

    Actually, this book covers the real honesty behind race relations, for the first time ever!
    Who is to blame for the issues we face today!? Why do all attempts to change things, fail?

    We need to have this very frank discussion.

    Here is the link… please join in and be a part of the conversation.

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    Very Truly Yours,
    J. Madison Radonagle – author
    “Negro Please!”

  3. I want to thank Janice K. Neal-Vincent for covering the story “Sexual assault hidden secrets revealed in book “Married to Sin.” While a teen, in the early 1970s, Darlene Dantzler married into the King and Collier family. This story goes back to Mary Dantzler who was enslaved in South Carolina. While the story is revealing about Black life as far back as the middle 1800, it is also heartbreaking. But, readers have dubbed it: redemptive. This memoir is a case study. It graces the shelves of several colleges including Stanford, HCC, Univ of Michigan, Princeton… If you get a chance to read the book, you’ll love Darlene Collier. She is a mama bear. I recall her saying about her children, “Every one of them belongs to me.” Readers’ comments determined some of them read every word from cover to cover in one setting.The book shocked the community, yet it gave voice to dark hidden secrets. Visit http://www.mosedpress.com. We named our publishing company Mose Dantzler Press. He was the largest black land owner in Jasper County. His family still owns every acre today.

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