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Author:
Eran Reya
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978-1425989224
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1425989225
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AuthorHouse (July 25, 2007)
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The book poses that individuals that are not thriving have an opportunity to change their mindset and modify their choices so that t The Death of Black America urges readers to look at the big picture with regard to black american families and individuals.

The book poses that individuals that are not thriving have an opportunity to change their mindset and modify their choices so that t The Death of Black America urges readers to look at the big picture with regard to black american families and individuals. On a big picture scale, circumstances such as AIDs, abortion, and divorce have had a large impact on black american population growth and the circumstances have future implications. On a small scale, many individuals and families are thriving.

Why are 70% of all Black American children born out of wedlock? Why do Black Americans compose 49% of all Americans living with HIV ?

ISBN13:9781425989224. Release Date:July 2007.

AuthorHouse, 2007 - 156 sayfa. Why do Black Americans compose 49% of all Americans living with HIV ? The Death of Black America explores these questions and more in this call to action urging Black Americans to evaluate their condition and change the thought patterns and behaviors that are destroying them. The Death of Black America acknowledges how both collective and individual plights are intertwined and investigates the immediate and future consequences of ignoring this reality.

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The Black Death, also known as the Pestilence (Pest for short), the Great Plague or the Plague, or less commonly the Black Plague, was one of the most devastating pandemics in human history, resulting in the deaths of an estimated 75 to 200 million . .

The Black Death, also known as the Pestilence (Pest for short), the Great Plague or the Plague, or less commonly the Black Plague, was one of the most devastating pandemics in human history, resulting in the deaths of an estimated 75 to 200 million people in Eurasia, peaking in Europe from 1347 to 1351. The bacterium Yersinia pestis, which results in several forms of plague (septicemic, pneumonic and, the most common, bubonic) is believed to have been the cause.

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Black America is in a state of crisis: Why are one-third of all abortions performed in America on black women? Why are 70% of all Black American children born out of wedlock? Why do Black Americans compose 49% of all Americans living with HIV ? The Death of Black America explores these questions and more in this call to action urging Black Americans to evaluate their condition and change the thought patterns and behaviors that are destroying them. The Death of Black America acknowledges how both collective and individual plights are intertwined and investigates the immediate and future consequences of ignoring this reality. Through relevant and insightful text, the compelling analysis draws on a wealth of historical and statistical data to look at the factors that have led black America to its current state. Thought-provoking and candid, The Death of Black America examines the interplay of racial stereotypes and misplaced identity and considers possible solutions.
  • You NEED to read this book! Helped me understand more of why Black people are the way we are today. It's an easy read as well since its less than 200 pages. Would recommend this to anyone interested in true Black History and the effects of slavery in America upon the black family...

  • Everything one needs to know about how so-called black America ended up in it's current state which is sure to get worse in the very near future. Perhaps if all so-called black people would wake up, read the Bible and a copy of this book we can prevent the coming future disasters sure to befall us.

  • Very informative

  • This first book, by Eran Reya, is not the first out cry regarding the plight of Black America. But, the books pulls you in by letting you see the cancerous death of Black America unfold on the pages. Moving through historical references of fault and blame, the author shakes a bloody finger at the baby boomers for the current state of affairs in the Black community.

    Statistics are used to shape and define "death" in the Black community by relaying the devastating numbers for abortions, the increasing number of reported cases of HIV/AIDS, out-of-wedlock births, high rate of incarcerations, etc. (I was curious as to why he failed to mention the affect of Black-on-Black crime, whose statistics and affect on the Black community are just as horrendous.)

    Reya utilizes sources that are historical, yet, familiar to the reader. The book is an easy read and adaptable for high school or academic use. He attempts to stimulate discussions on the dilemma and moves to initiate an action plan (even on an individual basis) necessary to resolve the crisis engulfing Black America.

    The books speaks to me, a child of a baby boomer and stands as a reminder of what we have always know, but choose to ignore. It is a depressing read. By the time, I reached page 28, I was filled with a great sadness with the portrait presented of the Black America experience. I saw myself in the definitions and mentalities and I was unhappy about the find. Reya is forcing us to come face-to-face with ourselves. It's like we are slowly participating in our own long, drawn out suicide.

    The presentation is straight forward, but solutions appear to have a foundation in Mr. Reya's Christian belief system. It will take much more than a prayer to save Black America from itself.

    Sonja Perdue
    February 17, 2008

  • Awesome book! A necessary addition to one's library.

  • This author did an excellent job outlining the ills that affects Black America. His research is very thorough and concise. He has found the hidden truths that is ailing the Black Community.

    Before I reached the end of the book, his writings made me wonder what can I do to save a race...my conclusion, surprisingly was the the same as his!

    It is a must read by every American, especially those higher up on the social economic ladder.

  • A must read. This is a very disturbing book with brutal honesty. Exceptional insight. One of the most important and interesting books that I have ever read.

  • The book, "The Death of Black America", clearly defines the "ills" plaguing Black America. In addition, the book supplies the reader with an excellent diagnosis of the challenges facing African Americans. Unfortunately, if the "cures" for these challenges are not aggressively pursued, the prognosis as stated in the aforementioned title will be accurate; at least in the figurative sense, for the "sub-culture" which exist within Black America. This book is a must read for all Black/African Americans, from the "Baby Boomers" to the "Generation X & Y's"!