Grandpa! Tell Us a Story Drinking from Ancient Wells the Story of the Game Black People Play/Trilogy Book Two: The Game's Mind (Paperback)

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Grandpa! Tell Us a Story Drinking from Ancient Wells the Story of the Game Black People Play/Trilogy Book Two: The Game's Mind (Paperback)

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OLD SCHOOL HUSTLER AND EX-BLACK PANTHER, HIP-HOP GRANDPA, KICKING THE GAME AROUND WITH THE GRANDKIDS "If you look deep enough into your mind, You will come face to face with Black History If you look deep enough into Black History, You will come face to face with your mind" Rich with history and imagination, a perfect blend of historical facts, and the facts of life, Grandpa Tell us a Story: Drinking from Ancient Wells/The Story of the Game Black people Play/Trilogy, is the story of the game Black people play to survive. This, the second book of the trilogy, The Game's Mind, places you directly in the middle of the Mind's experience of a young Black outlaw, Grandpa, from birth to his early-teenage years, and goes into great detail of how he created and played the game he is to play the rest of his life; a life filled with power and adventure. In the process, he demonstrates a revolutionary view of the complexities of a Black youth's Mind while preparing to survive in America as a self made Black man. At the same time, Grandpa Tell us a Story: Drinking from Ancient Wells/ The Story of the Game Black People Play/Trilogy, is visionary and is inspirational realism. The definition and dynamics of the Mind of the Game Black People Play, on its deepest and highest level, is not only pulled together in a story about the physical and spiritual drama in Grandpa's life as he comes of age on the streets and in penitentiaries, but it also takes you on an adventure in Grandpa learning the details of the Mind of the Game Black people played in Ancient West Africa, we played in slavery, we played in the 1920s Harlem renaissance, we played in the 1960's Civil Rights Movement, and how they are related to the Mind of the Game you Grandkids are playing in the twenty first century. This brings Grandpa's story in line with Black history and his Ancient Ancestors in a language that people of all ages can understand.
Product Details ISBN: 9780977342181
ISBN-10: 0977342182
Publisher: Soulviewworld LLC
Publication Date: July 1st, 2009
Pages: 320
Language: English