Book Explores Identity Crisis in the African American Community

Rev Maurice Scott author of The Lost African American and GOD Behind the Scenes From Niggas to African Americans

(Worldfrontnews Editorial):- Tucson, Mar 3, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – Rev. Maurice F. Scotts latest book “The Lost African American,” examines the problem troubling African Americans an identity crisis.

Who Am I? is the ultimate question Scott tries to answer in his work as people of African descent grapple to understand whether or not they should be identified as a property, a minority, nigga, Black, colored, Afro-American, African-American, or Negro. Scott traces the history of this dilemma and explains in-depth why African Americans are lost and confused. In the process, Scott reassures them of their worth and purpose in this world.

“This book is powerful and honestly written. The author has done a masterful job in explaining the condition of the lost African American. Negro history is becoming so watered down but this book is a complete reconnection to the disconnected African American,” shares a reviewer from Amazon.

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Rev. Maurice Scott will be having a meet-and-greet session at the Tucson Festival of Books to be held at the University of Arizona Campus this coming March 2-3, 2019. Scott will be signing copies of his book at Authors Press booth between 10:30 am to 5:30 pm. To get the latest updates on authors, like and follow Authors Press on Facebook and Twitter.

 

The Lost African American

Rev. Maurice F. Scott

Paperback | $20.00

Book copies are available at Authors Press, Amazon, and other online book retailers.

 

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