Chapter One - A City Within A City
Chapter Two – Living in the Projects
Killing Us Softly in a Controlled Environment
Chapter Three – We’ve Been Robbed
Chapter Four - Racism and Riots in the Windy City
Chicago Riots in the 1960’s
Movements That Affected Africans—1960’s
Remember Their Names, Emmett Till & others
Racism in the Neighborhood
Racism in the School
Racism in the Workplace
Who was Jim Crow?
Chapter Five – Counting the Costs
Welfare: Who’s Your Real Daddy?
Was This a Miracle from God?
The Financial Struggle
The Games We Played
African Americans and The Mental Health Stigma
Chapter Six – The Good O’ Days
Featuring the Chi-lites and The Five Wagers
The Family Hustle and The Teenage Hustle
Mom and Dad’s Academic Achievements
Family Outings and Moving Day
Chapter Seven - Being African American in America
Did You Know?
African Americans Allegedly Killed by
Is Abuse Ever Okay?
About The Author
Chicago’s Glass Wall (Drowning in the Storm of Racism) is a memoir that tells the story
of a family’s struggle of the raw, uncut, untold truth while living on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois.
With such a roller coaster of emotions for Social Justice, these stories will make you laugh, cry, and
have empathy as it takes you from heart-breaking to heart-warming. Many Chicagoans, especially
African Americans, re financially crippled, while “Drowning in the Storm of Racism.”
You will also enjoy the stories as it describes the beautiful city of Chicago as a “City Within a City,”
sometimes referred to as the “Windy City.” There is an historical account as it takes you on a journey
through some of Chicago’s memoirs from the past until today. Those who live on the South Side of
Chicago’s Glass Wall are divided from the rest of the city and have experienced poverty,
riots, racism, and other discrimination throughout their life. Every year the “Glass Wall” is
extended further north by political design, and impoverished minorities are living in a
society that continues to treat them like second-class citizens in a first-class nation. For
decades racism, and poverty have been structured by political design.
“You have done a remarkable job detailing racial injustices, both past and present, something that is critical to understand if we are to move forward as a civilized society. I can tell that you have spent countless hours with your subject matter too. You have presented your material in a way that just about anyone can understand and benefit from reading it, thanks to the fact that you have really considered your audience. You have presented details that add to the credibility of your writing and really do come across as an expert in your work. The narrative voice is simply great, and easy to follow, and adding your own personal story and paying tribute to those we have lost only enhances your message. Chicago’s Glass Wall provides historical knowledge that many people, especially Chicagoans, need to know. This story is truly eye-opening. I have to say that you have put together an excellent piece.
Sandra Green, Attorney-Chicago, IL
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The Demons That Divide America is an intense story about racism and greed in America. This book gives
details of a powerful story that reveals the uncut truth about racism in America and how after years of slavery,
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Managing Yourself illustrates Life Skills that will give you self-improvement and self discipline. Before you
can manage others, you must first manage yourself. These life long principles will assist you in your
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