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INTRODUCTION
REV. ALFRED LEE OWENS
MR. ALFRED JERODO WHATLEY
MR. SAMMIE E. ARMSTRONG
MR. WAZIRI O. AWONUSI
MR. BRADLEY JAMES WASHINGTON
MR. JIMMY LEE BROOKS
MR. CHRISTOPHER S. FOX
MR. CLEVELAND HENRY SINGLETARY
MR. CHARLIE SOWERY
MR. CHARLEY S. KIMMONS III
MR. CHRISTOPHER DICKERSON
MR. ELDRIDGE CUNNINGHAM, JR
MR. DERRICK E. HOLTZ
MR. DAVID H. SMITH
MR. ELTON DAVIES
MR. ETHAN MACGREGOR
MR. FREDRICK K. BUCKLEY
MASTER JARED JAMAL GILBERT
MR. HARVEY LEE LEWIS
MR. HAYWOOD TURNER
MR. DWIGHT E. HOLTZ
MR. HOWARD JACKSON
MR. ISAIAH T. C. WALKER
MR. JAMES “NONE” FLEMINGS (POSTHUMOUSLY)
MR. MALIEKA JABERI
MR. JAMES WESLEY THURMAN
MR. JOHNNY MELDON WATTS
MR. JOSEPH M. TURNER
MR. JOSHUA PAUL JONES
MR. KENNETH PERRY
MR. LAVADO EMILE D’HUGO
MR. JEROME PATRICK MASSEY
MR. MAURICE J. WILLIAMS
DR. PAUL ELRITT MEACHUM
MR. MELVIN E. LEWIS
MR. MICAH E. SAMUELS
MR. PAUL W. MILLERTON JR
MR. DONALD MOBLEY
MR. JONATHAN MURDOCK
MR. RICHARD L. MURRAY
MR. GREGORY MASON PALMER
MR. RAYMOND J. MURRAY
MR. RILEY G. KLINE
MR. ROBERT “PETER” MOORE JR
MR. ROBERT L. MITCHELL
MR. RUBIN ISAAC ZANDERS
MR. DANIEL A. SEARS
MR. SHAUN N. SNYDER
MR. TIMOTHY FITZGERALD OWENS
MR. TAYLOR SMITH
MR. THURLOE BONNER
MR. WILLIAM FREDERICK ELLIS
MASTER WILLIAM OLIVER COLLINS
MR. WARREN WARRINGTON
MR. WILLIAM DAVID OSWALD
MR. WILLIAM JOHN JACKSON
CONCLUSION
END NOTES
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The Men Folk

The Men Folk

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This is a book about African-American men; aptly referred to as “The Men Folk.”
These are men who hail from all walks of life; and, they range in ages eighteen through ninety-eight years.

A majority of these men were reared in traditional homes; and, they boast of being ‘proud Americans.’ These are sons, brothers, fathers/grandfather, uncles, nephews, who have contributed to America’s growth and prosperity. They represent every socioeconomic, educational, and political status in America, and the world. African-American men in particular have come under intense racial fire, since the 2008 election of Senator Barack H. Obama, who became the first African-American and 44th President of the United States. Men represented here are unsung heroes, whose contributions are largely ignored, thus, this book is dedicated to them.

This is a book about African-American men; aptly referred to as “The Men Folk.”
These are men who hail from all walks of life; and, they range in ages eighteen through ninety-eight years.

A majority of these men were reared in traditional homes; and, they boast of being ‘proud Americans.’ These are sons, brothers, fathers/grandfather, uncles, nephews, who have contributed to America’s growth and prosperity. They represent every socioeconomic, educational, and political status in America, and the world. African-American men in particular have come under intense racial fire, since the 2008 election of Senator Barack H. Obama, who became the first African-American and 44th President of the United States. Men represented here are unsung heroes, whose contributions are largely ignored, thus, this book is dedicated to them.

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