By Donald J. Walker
Donald J. Walker’s gripping legal love tale might be an inspirational memoir to an individual who desires to conquer setbacks or tricky demanding situations in life.
Containing real occasions, his personality Don walks you thru his twelve years serving lifestyles classes all through criminal associations in basic terms to profit that every thing used to be now not what it seemed to be whereas exposing an international choked with racism, corruption, inequality, and the wrongful deaths of many person, really black men—a mental tornado.
Don was once knocked down yet emerged to turn into a champion freedom fighter and felony reform suggest who painted an unforgettable photo of prisons all through his personal weird and wonderful felony love tale. a narrative that might have Hollywood’s display writers mesmerized on the mystery slavery plantations nonetheless present all through America’s mass incarceration and judicial system.
This booklet chronicles, compares, and contrasts the struggles of African-Americans from the previous to today’s great felony warehousing bias process. It reads like a fiction, yet Don’s love story unravels and gratifies your interpreting adventure because it is jam-packed with recommendations for today’s socio-economic struggles. Taking you at the back of the criminal partitions will evoke emotions of guilt, tears, pleasure, love, and hate, then compassion and energy to loose your self from the claws of capitalism and chains of slavery!
“A social genius exposing the manipulative try to keep an eye on you”
Prison reform needs to ensue now!
About this Book
A particular and infrequent ebook written as fiction, with a plethora of stunning yet actual occasions! the writer vividly stocks tales and incidents as he recollects them.
The sunlight shines even in the back of the clouds and finally once they feather away, the glare will enlighten you thru every one note masterfully selected and expressed during this booklet. Anonymity is used more often than not all through, and a few occasions have been skipped over or just a little augmented to guard and appreciate the victims.
The darkish historical past of enslaving and controlling African-Americans defined herein is sadly authentic and used to be no longer replaced. “For to be loose isn't basically to do away with one’s chains yet to stay in a manner that respects and complements the liberty of others.”— Nelson Mandela