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.
Living under the golden, shining material surface of the United States are millions of people who live in an openly hostile climate of oppression. Their existence has been going on for generations and it is a tragic state of affairs for once free people. The coming of the European to this continent was not a wondrous, happy event for the dark-skinned, free peoples already living, governing and thriving on this continent. Enslavement was their doctrine, oppression the heavy yoke of containment.