• The History and Future of Black People

  • A Realistic Assessment
  • By: Roderick Edwards
  • Narrated by: Joseph A. Mills III
  • Length: 2 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: History
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A realistic and honest assessment of historical events and situations as it relates to first and indigenous people of Africa, Australia, and other regions of the planet Earth.

©2021 Roderick Edwards (P)2021 Roderick Edwards

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I want further discussion using this book.

Listening to an audible version of this book is a unique experience. I've read the printed book three times and after this presentation I've gained even more understanding and awareness. Roderick Edwards's treatment of the subject should be required reading for those who wish to be informed.

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A very interesting and eye-opening book!

Let me just start off by saying this narrator it’s such a call me tone to his voice and I hope he does more in the future. Now on to the book, I thoroughly enjoyed this book and like most books by Roderick Edwards I learned things I didn’t know before and found out things were what I initially thought. I find his books really make you think and this one is no different I was so excited when I found out it was coming out on audio and I wasn’t disappointed. This isn’t what they teach an African-American history class. He has some pretty explosive things to say, but I have all of it backed up by fax. It reads more like a story then anything educational. If you like learning things you didn’t know in about cultures you never knew about or only thought you knew this is a great book to start with. We go from the DPS and Africa to modern day events. So worth the credit I highly recommend it and love this book so much!