Cling and Wait

The characters in this book fly to New York City after the protests and are shocked by the damage done by the loss from the rioting. Black lives matter but violence and destruction of property in the process of Justice becomes another form of injustice. Rev Dr., Martin Luther King had it right that nonviolence is the most powerful form of justice seeking, according to the Judeo-Christian tradition, and he gave his life to support that premise. This book is a challenge for those condemning the death of George Floyd to use Dr King's approach and be less Marxist in today's American society.

978-1-956074-69-7, Paperback
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This page updated 12/16/21