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Table Of Contents

Acknowledgements
Introduction
Blacks in Corporate America
Inside Out (Between Two Worlds)
Lily by the Fence
Insanity
The Arrogance of Power
Mind Games
Intimately One
A-Game
Alone
No Fears
No fear
Indulgence
Remembering
Betrayed
Completion
Reflection
Emptiness
Once Upon A Time
Something
There’s Nothing There
Crime in the Black Community
Dark Pain
A Mother’s Lament
Teen Age Pregnancies
Teen Mom
Chain of Consequences
My Future
Psychological and Domestic Abuse
Lies
WAITING
Bitter Person
Dark Quiet
Unleveled Playing Field
Not You, But Me
It Hurts
Consequences
Un-expected Blessing
Early Morning Sorrow
Possibility of Not
Love Shouldn’t Hurt
Religion in the Black Community
Starting My Day
Mercy
My Angel
A Strong Power
Glory
Humble Heart
What If?
Farm Girl
My Real Man
When God Speaks
God Sees
Salvation
Personal Development
The Long Road Home
My House
Change
One Day of Freedom
Walks With Confidence
WHAT DO YOU SEE?
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River Voices

River Voices

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We all have different perspectives on what is occurring in society, based upon our own experiences. River Voices is the authors’ perspective on some of the issues that affect the African American community. Too often, we sit on the fence and hope that things will get better or worse yet, fail to acknowledge that something is “wrong”. River Voices is an attempt to motivate; we can no longer sit and wait for someone else to solve our problems, unless their problem is the same as ours, nothing will be done. River Voices, speak; echoing the concerns that reside deep inside most of us. Each section contains research, photography and poetry. Topics highlighted include: Blacks in Corporate America, Love and Relationships, Crimes in the Black Community, Teenage Pregnancies, Religion, and Psychological and Domestic Abuse and Personal Development. River Voices is designed to be enjoyed by all generations, to be discussed and debated. You are encouraged to disagree and provided your own thoughts about these issues and then, take action.
We all have different perspectives on what is occurring in society, based upon our own experiences. River Voices is the authors’ perspective on some of the issues that affect the African American community. Too often, we sit on the fence and hope that things will get better or worse yet, fail to acknowledge that something is “wrong”. River Voices is an attempt to motivate; we can no longer sit and wait for someone else to solve our problems, unless their problem is the same as ours, nothing will be done. River Voices, speak; echoing the concerns that reside deep inside most of us. Each section contains research, photography and poetry. Topics highlighted include: Blacks in Corporate America, Love and Relationships, Crimes in the Black Community, Teenage Pregnancies, Religion, and Psychological and Domestic Abuse and Personal Development. River Voices is designed to be enjoyed by all generations, to be discussed and debated. You are encouraged to disagree and provided your own thoughts about these issues and then, take action.

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