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ISBN #978-0-9799308-1-2
U.S. $19.95


Mourning: The Plight of Poor Blacks & Poor Whites in America


Wallace J. Davis



Wallace Davis is a retired educator who has taught in the public school system of California for many years.  He discusses some of the subtle ways that hinder the breakthrough of America’s poor mainstream society as he points out the ease of foreigners who have claimed jobs and positions that should have been given to Black Americans.  Mr. Davis details events that have shaped our society as he reminds us that we Americans cannot duck responsibility for some of the deplorable conditions our country finds itself in today, especially as he examines the public school system and its impact on poor Blacks.



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