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This book is about the problems we're facing in our country. I'd like to give some constructive criticism, along with some solutions. We seem to live in a world that's focused on the Black and White races more than anything else; it never seems to stop. That is always our focal point. There is a pandemic, an outbreak of a virus that we've never seen before and don't know anything about, that's affecting the entire United States-and all we can think about is eliminating Black people and being prejudiced against them. Wow! Something is really wrong in America-that we can be so shallow over the…mehr

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This book is about the problems we're facing in our country. I'd like to give some constructive criticism, along with some solutions. We seem to live in a world that's focused on the Black and White races more than anything else; it never seems to stop. That is always our focal point. There is a pandemic, an outbreak of a virus that we've never seen before and don't know anything about, that's affecting the entire United States-and all we can think about is eliminating Black people and being prejudiced against them. Wow! Something is really wrong in America-that we can be so shallow over the color of skin. You have to ask, Why does this keep happening to our Black Americans more than it happens to any other race? It's more than skin color; it's also hatred. It makes everyone so frustrated, uncomfortable, and fearful...of where this country is actually heading. To Hell, if you ask me. But I will try to be more positive than that.
Autorenporträt
Gloria Doby is the author of this book, There's Something More I Would Like to Say. She is now retired. With a background in art, business skills, and medical assistant, she has worked for Evanston Northwestern Healthcare and worked in Patient Financial Services in Evanston, IL. She has two grown sons named Robert and Henry III. She likes to write about things that could help others and to give constructive criticism on the topics. Gloria's poetic accomplishments are written in the "TWILIGHT MUSINGS," The International Library of Poetry, "morning glory". She lives in the Chicago, IL, Metropolitan Area. She believes that people need control of their own right to their lives. Let my being be not at your expense but fruitful that I even exist. Our existence should not affect your existence, and your existence should not affect our existence. In all, due respect to one another. Your being is not my being, and my being is not your being. We all have a purpose for our own being, and that is to ful¿l it. We're all here for a visit and a short stay.