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African American: The Opposition Court Case
African American: The Opposition Court Case
African American: The Opposition Court Case
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African American: The Opposition Court Case

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It is important for us all in America to document opposition for future generations to fairly assess the anger, logic, and legal implications of historical attempts to make change by small numbers of people who try to impose their rule of thought on the masses. Rev. Jesse Jackson and Ramona Edelin have tried to impose acceptance of the term African American on all black people without their permission. The purpose of this writing is to expose what was done and the legal opposition to what was done, as well as the disrespect for the masses of black people to perpetuate an unconscious ritual. The title of the book is African American: The Opposition Court Case.
PublisherXlibris US
Release dateMar 13, 2015
African American: The Opposition Court Case
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Avis J. Smith

The author, Avis J. Smith, is a native of Atlanta, Georgia, who, at a very young age in Atlanta, attended a segregated school, just as his brothers and sister did. He lived in a neighborhood with a fence dividing the white neighborhood from the black neighborhood. His father, being in the United States Navy, was transferred to New York City’s Floyd Bennett Field until his retirement. Avis joined the United States Air Force, just as his four brothers did, and after many interesting experiences, he has always felt the need to write about his experiences. He is retired from the air force and the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Manhattan, New York. He is now an associate professor in the City University of New York, where he teaches in the Restorative Dentistry Department at City Tech. Avis was an assistant secretary in the Nation of Islam, under the leadership of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad (PBABUH), Mosque No. 7. His numerous experiences in the Nation of Islam and the United States Air Force together created a tremendous amount of understanding of overall US intelligence and the black community in America.

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