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A World of Color
by Jeffrey Dean Swain J.D.


 

ISBN: 1-59427-006-6
quality trade paperback (softcover)
Pages: 264

Price: $19.95    

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Description:

Using poetry and prose, Swain adds here to the tale of African Diaspora. Swain weaves together data, history, narrative, and social analysis into a framework for constructive, insightful commentary. Ultimately, Swain calls blacks and non-blacks to task for not responding to negative patterns of racial behavior. He believes blacks are not close to achieving their Civil Rights goals.

Swain refuses to let the discussion of race die or be diluted, and he is unafraid to say that neither America nor African-Americans have lived up to their potential. He also sees race as an international problem. So, he tolls the bell loudly against the notion that we operate in a color blind, equal world.


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About the Author


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Jeffrey Dean Swain is an anomaly, a renaissance man. he is a scholar, essayist, educator, orator, poet and author of Black and Still Here, A World of Color, Education in America: A Dilemma in the 21st Century and A Soul Unsettled, books on education, race, politics and culture. The diversity of his work indicates his interest in the development of knowledge about the African Diaspora.

Jeffrey is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Morehouse College and holds the degrees of Master of Science and Juris Doctor, respectively from Nova Southeastern University and the University of Miami School of Law. He is presently a Ph.D. candidate. His professional career has included the practice of law, teaching and educational administration. Jeffrey is an avid reader who owes his love for books to his late father Rev. Prince Albert Swain and his high aspirations to his mother Frances Swain.

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