Fulton Books author Charles Rodmon, a talented writer, has completed his most recent book "White America": a compelling piece of work that gives awareness about Black people's experiences living in America and how they are discriminated and treated unequally.
Charles writes, "Charles I. Rodmon served in the US Army from 1972-1981. He is a disabled veteran. Married with two children. He was born in Bushnell, Florida. His wife is German; he met her at seventeen. They have been together ever since. His belief is God created us with love.
"With today's movement, guided by Black Lives Matter, White people, and for some unknown reason, some Blacks either do not understand. His book explains why Black lives matter.
"White America challenges your mind and your beliefs in God. He wrote White America to make you, the reader, think. Understand why Blacks feel our lives do not matter."
Published by Fulton Books, Charles Rodmon's book is a well-conceived work that allows one to gain a better understanding of the life of the oppressed.
This book moves readers to look into their hearts and souls, save humanity, and treat people equally regardless of their color—for we are all created in the image and likeness of God.
Readers who wish to experience this great work can purchase "White America" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: Charles Rodmon's New Book 'White America' is an Eye-Opening Read That Exposes the Discrimination in America Towards Black People, Manipulation, and Unequal Freedom