99 Problems And Freedom Is One by Glynis Glasgow-Kelly
Published by: Balboa Press UK (29 Sept. 2020)
Martin Luther King had a dream but this book outlines a strategic vision of taking the thinking on issues of race to a higher academic level. Each chapter is written from the view of the western cultural thinker and the black cultural thinker with “black” being used in the political rather than the ethnic sense. At the end of each chapter there are a series of questions for critical thinking. The book encourages black people to elevate themselves from civil rights to civil heights. It calls for an end to the race wars and the gender wars and advocates for a holistic education for reparation; to be proud of our history and to encourage young people to dream of a better future.
The vision of the book is to create a cultural business enterprise that specialises in critical thinking skills for academic, cultural and economic progress. Working within the framework of traditional academic disciplines, the book aims to empower people by cultivating critical reading skills, developing creative ideas for business whilst promoting change, insight and cultural well being. The book appeals to politicians, educationalists, teachers and the more academically inclined readers. It appeals to conservative, labour and liberal thinkers. It appeals to the far right and the far left on immigration and other issues. It is self-therapeutic, self discovering and self liberating and ensures everyone’s mental well being. It appeals to all religious denominations as it calls for a moral transformation of society.