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Consequences of oppression: hell on earth is an uncut, undiluted and un apolegetic look at the plight of black america.The gloves have come off and pen black is our modern day crusader Consequences of oppression is raw, it's real and it's a needed wake-up call to an endangered race.In this book he attacks the problems created, sustained and by a system in place, a present ...more
Paperback, 70 pages
Published August 1st 2005 by Tru Life Publishing
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Pen Black, the mystery man with an unapologetic voice. He is a Blackman who refuses to quietly do nothing about the negativity affecting Black America. Pen Black's perspectives are insightful, uplifting, and long over-due. Black Pen is a new writer whose time has come — and we need to give his books our full attention before it’s to late!
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