As the country remains polarized over what to do about immigration, the outsourcing of American jobs, and an education system that has gone awry, L.E. Coleman openly discusses many of these issues in hope that it will stimulate a real dialog between the races. Central to the theme of this book is the call for black and white Americans to become self aware-that is-conscious of their part in the prevailing mindsets and events of our time and to recognize how these attitudes, mindsets, and events are polarizing ethnic groups and creating even more fragmentation among the races. Thus, nothing is left to chance in this book. Coleman candidly addresses the hot topics of reparations, black on black exploitation, government exploitation of the American worker, outsourcing and in-sourcing, privatization, media manipulation, education, and much more.
How to Stop Hatin Yo Baby's Momma is a book designed to take non-custodial fathers and single mothers on a journey of self exploration to help them identify and confront codependent behaviors which hinder relationship with each other and their children.
In "How to Avoid a Stupid Man: A Woman’s Guide to Attracting Her Soul Mate" you will learn why:
This is an abridged audio production of The Black Man's Little Book of Success Secrets: 7 Spiritual Secrets for Breaking the Curse of Poverty, a U.S. A Book News Best Book Award Finalist in the self-help/motivation audiobook catagory. It is a self-help audio book expounding time test principles for financial and spiritual success.
About the Author:
L.E. Coleman is the author of The Black Man's Little Book of Success Secrets, which was a finalist in the USA Book News Best Book Awards in the Self-help and Motivation Category. He had written and blogged about topics like male sexual abuse, codependency, and child custody.
He had been a Social Service professional for 30 years working in various positions for the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration, The Indiana Department of Mental Health and Addictions and the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
He is a screenwriter, singer/songwriter, a member of ASCAP, and a practitioner of Vocational Astrology. He loves working out, Tai Chi and movies.