Upon migrating further South in the Late 80's the perception of Atlanta was the Black Mecca and the place for African Americans to establish a better way of life Socially , culturally and economically .
In working in Southern corporate America for 20 years, Racism and sexism is still very much alive and prevalent though just hidden and practiced in different ways to hide its ugly face.
In dealing with the corporate south for so long a passion for writing was discovered and claiming this as one of many of his God given gifts to write.
The 1st book Southern Born “Memoirs from a cube” is a testament of his self discovery of writing from his numerous encounters with the Good ole boy mentality that is imbedded in the corporate south.
The next Book from this Author (Church Girl) is a Novel that tells a story of a Young girl from the back roads in Rural North Carolina and her dealings with the black Church in the south, Sex and the Mental and physical abuse of a young Female.
Look for more Books that deal with the modern day struggles in dealing with a disease that is still very much prevalent not just below the Mason Dixon line but in our society.
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atlanta in late 1980's was called the black mecca and a place to reinvent and improve the quality of life for african americans.
the same racial and social issues that pushed douglas brewer to leave rural north carolina he experienced on a much larger scale .a paradigm shift of rethinking about the world around him has begun.
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