New Memoir Tells of Author's Life Struggle with Segregation
Surfing in the Rainbow: That is You vs. This is Me is author Hubert
E. Johnson's view of a history misguided
NEW YORK (MMD Newswire) March 6, 2009 -- Surfing in the
Rainbow: That is You vs. This is Me aims to educate readers on
the facts and fiction of American history based on the life
experiences of author Hubert E. Johnson, a Green Beret veteran,
husband, father and grandfather exposed to segregation. "This
book is about how history, factual and religious, have misguided
the world," says Johnson. "The truth should be revealed to help
humanity prevent a ravaged world from being further destroyed."
Johnson believes his observations of the United States
government and cultural and religious doctrines throughout Surfing
in the Rainbow will inspire those born into a disadvantaged life to
want to live better lives. His book also targets those who "want to
be treated as God intended - equal" and "people who do not
understand the effects of living a disenfranchised life."
Essentially, according to Johnson, the autobiographical book is
targeted "for all of humanity" in today's precarious future. "The
world is still witnessing major turmoil with the threat of nuclear
destruction resulting from governmental, cultural and religious
doctrines that have been and still are being manipulated for selfish
means," he expresses.
For more information or to request a free review copy, members of
the press can contact the author at firstname.lastname@example.org. Surfing in
the Rainbow: That is You vs. This is Me is available for sale online
at Amazon.com, BookSurge.com and through additional
wholesale and retail channels worldwide.
About the Author
Hubert E. Johnson, born in 1933 in Bartlett, Texas showed
patriotism by serving in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and
with the Green Berets during the Vietnam War. Johnson is a retired
New York City firefighter and United States Postal Service
employee, as well as a former coach for the Police Athletic
League and leader for the Girl Scouts.
Hubert E. Johnson
Phone: (516) 868-8155
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