Remembering Zooneyville is a journey to an unknown kingdom that society shuns, disavowes, humiliates and hides in cities and towns across Amerikkka. This book is a social statement that will raise the hair on your neck, demand compassion and better solutions from government overseers. Remembering Zooneyville is the continuing struggle of the dark-skinned masses upon this continent against the high tide of oppression. The book is written in a style that is unique, using essay, short stories and poetry to escort the listener through 'project life'. Remembering Zooneyville is about people of all ages who by virtue of their own grit and fortitude rise from the pain and condemnation of being poor and black in Amerikkka. There are scenes, aspects of people's lives, that will show you violence, beauty, despair, courage, and outrage. Listener, you will become angry, you will not understand, but in continuing the journey through the Unknown Kingdom with me you will find clarity. Come, walk a few miles with the oppressed as I tell you of the plight of my people...Remembering Zooneyville.
©2014 Karla Pate: alias KAJEE (P)2016 Karla Pate
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