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SHELIA FINDS HERSELF IN A SITUATION THAT WANT BE EASY TO GET OUT OF.EVEN GROWING UP IN A HOME WHERE LOVE WASN'T SHOWN VERY AFFECTIONATELY, STILL SHE NEVER WENT THROUGH A SITUATION LIKE THIS.HOWEVER WHEN THINGS GET TO BAD FOR SHELIA TO HANDLE WEIGHT STARTS LIFTING OFF HER SHOULDERS THROUGH ANGELIC FAVORS. SHE FEELS THAT MIRICLES ARE SURELY HAPPENING RIGHT BEFORE HER EYES.INCLUDING MEETING A MAN THAT WOULD GROW TO TRULY LOVE HER UNCONDITIONALLY. MARANDA WAS A YOUNG WOMAN BEING RULED AND DISRESPECTED BY AN OLDER MAN WHOME SHE SHARED TWO CHILDREN AND AN APARTMENT WITH.HOW DO YOU GET OUT OF A SITUATION THAT IS TRULY HEARTBREAKING?SEE HOW MARANDA DEALT WITH BEING ABUSIED AND TREATED IN WAYS OTHER THAN THE BEAUTIFUL LADY THAT SHE IS. MARTIN, OWNER OF A BAR IN HIS CONVERTED APARTMENT, A REAL LADIES MAN YOU WOULD SAY.HE WAS LIKE THE HEAD OF HIS OWN GANG UNTIL UNEXPECTED EVENTS BROUGHT ALL HIS TRUE COLORS AND WEAKNESS TO THE TABLE WHAT WOULD HIS ENTOURAGE THINK OF HIM KNOWING HE TO CRY IN THE DARK. JOHN, A YOUNG BLACK ENTREPRENEUR WHO'S IN A WORLD ALONE LOOKING FOR HIS LONG LOST FAMILY MEMBERS.UNABLE TO FIND THEM HE'S LEFT FILLING VOIDS IN OTHER PEOPLE LIVES THAT UNFOURTUNATELY HE CAN'T FILL IN HIS OWN UNTIL HE MEETS SHELIA AND HER GIRLS.CAN THEY FILL THE VOID IN JOHN'S LIFE
Life in a Black Community: Striving for Equal Citizenship in Annapolis, Maryland, 1902-1952 tells the story of a struggle over what it meant to be a citizen of a democracy. For blacks, membership in a democracy meant full and equal participation in the life of the town. For most whites, it meant the full participation of only its white citizens, based on the presumption that their black neighbors were less than equal citizens and had to be kept down. All the dramas of the Jim Crow era-lynching, the KKK, and disenfranchisement, but also black boycotts, petitioning for redress of grievances, lawsuits, and political activism-occurred in Annapolis. As they were challenging white prejudice and discrimination, tenacious black citizens advanced themselves and enriched their own world of churches, shops, clubs, and bars. It took grit for black families to survive. As they pressed on, life slowly improved-for some.Life in a Black Community recounts the tactics blacks used to gain equal rights, details the methods whites employed to deny or curtail their rights, and explores a range of survival and advancement strategies used by black families.
Life was a breeze for Casey Sullivan, a high school student with an eye for fashion, until a joyous occasion was muddied by an altercation she wanted desperately to forget. One would think that working at the Reinhold Detective Agency would have prepared her for these types of circumstances, but scandalous situations were a far cry from being in the midst of a senseless crime. A welcomed distraction presents itself as Casey's anguish builds. Casey grabs the opportunity and flexes her detective skills, hoping it will ease her distress, but her endeavor may be chancier than she anticipated. After all, playing detective is a dangerous game that only professionals should play.
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