This book was written in 1937 and first published in England in 1938. It is required reading for ALL PETAC officers and highly recommended for all members of PETAC.
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO READ?
"...Once U have read "ANTHEM" U STOP being "surprised or shocked" about history not being TRUTHFULLY DISCLOSED/PUBLISHED/PORTRAYED/PRODUCED/PROMOTED.
It gives unique insight on a PROVEN TECHNIQUE OF HOW TO KEEP FOLKS IN THE DARK OF THEIR OWN PAST."
This book was published in England in 1967. It is required reading for ALL PETAC officers and highly recommended for all members of PETAC.
This book was written in 2007 and published in 2009. This book is relevant to our PETAC's 100 year vision because the author was born in the 1960's and provides a modern day perspective to many of our collective family stories. PETAC members are strongly encouraged to support the author's inspiring work and have a copy to pass down to your children. #FINDYOURFAMILY
An Excerpt from Sugar of the Crop
"Everyone I interviewed for this book is now dead. Most died within a year of the interview. Left behind are weeks of tape-recorded conversations that have completely redefined my perspective on American history.
Before these talks, I had my own ideas of how the children of slaves grew up. I thought they might have trouble building strong bonds with their children or handing down anything other than the fear and hatred that remained from being considered someone else’s property.
After our talks, all those ideas changed.
They have been replaced with something more inspirational that has opened the door to an entirely new understanding of human behavior in the face of oppression and the unyielding strength that comes from unconditional love..."
This book was written in 2007 and published in 2009. It is a compilation of the author's paternal family and community research that took her family back to 1805. This project helped her to develop 15 important LIFE LESSONS for her "children's children's children" to learn from past mistakes and missteps.
NOTHING IS NEW UNDER THE SUN.
"So many people stay stuck like chuck without a buck because they have no legacy from which to learn."