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Wiley, Charles A.

To God be the glory; one hundred reasons why I could have become racist. We must never give up!

To God be the glory;
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C. A. Wiley Publishing, [Cincinnati]. 2003, 189p., first edition of self-published memoir, glossy photo-portrait softbound in trade-size wraps; a very good copy inscribed and signed by Wiley on the half-title. Wiley was one of the founders of "Black Positive Brothers" and "a lead plaintiff in the historical racial profiling lawsuit that was filed in Federal Court on behalf of African-Americans that live or travel through the city of Cincinnati" --latter quote from blurb on p.185. Cover photo shows him in BPB uniform and beret.

Cat.No: 173952

Price: $15.00

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