What's happening to our communities...and what can you do about it? Race Cumming's latest book, I Was a Slave: Plight of a King, is a stark and unapologetic look at the state of our African American communities and what, if anything, can be done about it. Mr. Cummings offers a keen perspective on Black history in the pre-America days; Black tragedies during the commissioning of our kidnapping and enslavement, and continuing tragedies after slavery; blatant obstacles to the Black community's happiness and prosperity; and eventual Black triumph if we as a people accept accountability for our own lives and the lives of our families. This is a -nsense guide that reveals the prejudice, violence and disregard that Blacks have experienced for hundreds of years-- t only from white America or other races, but from within our own race as well. Mr. Cummings asks Black mothers, fathers, business owners, leaders, and ordinary members of the community the hard questions: Are you a racist? Do you support your own Black community? How have you treated your Black queen? Are you ready to be accountable for your own actions? Brimming with history, statistics, practical advice and promising suggestions for a better Black community, I Was a Slave: Plight of a King reminds the African American community who we were, who we are, and what we can become if we are willing to put the work into it.
Race Cummings, is an acclaimed game changer, strategist, and visionary who is also a world traveler, published author, and brand expert. He has lent his experience to helping men and women gain success. His expertise in life has come at a cost. His start wasn't ideal, but his story is a true rags to riches story. Race, has dedicated his life to helping others gain success through self-discovery and growth.