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What is Wrong with Being Black?

Barack Obama is Elected the First Black President - But does it Really Change Things?
So, What is Wrong with Being Black?

Nigerian-Born Pastor of the Largest Church in Western Europe Shows Why Blacks Have Faced Challenges for Over 2000 Years and How to Turn Things Around

Slavery. Oppression. Disunity. Desolation. These are hardly the words you would use to describe the collective experiences of the very people originating from the cradle of civilization. Why is it that wherever Black people are, they seem to be at the bottom of the economic, physical and social pyramid? If Blacks are descendants of kings and queens and possess a cultural history that was once rich in glory and achievement, why have the past 2000 years been plagued with pain and suffering?

In What is Wrong with Being Black? (ISBN: 978-0-7684-2638-0, Destiny Image) Matthew Ashimolowo dives in and explores the plight of Black people from a unique historical perspective never before discussed. Ashimolowo unearths the questions that have gone unanswered for generations and offers historic truths to explain perplexing issues such as:

·What is responsible for these 2,000 years of "Black backwardness"?

·Why do Blacks fail even where they are in the majority?

·Is the Black man victimized, or is he a victim or his own circumstances?

·Why is Africa the richest continent and yet inhabited by the poorest

·Is there a conspiracy to keep Blacks at the bottom?

·When will the Black man's day of manifestation come?

·And many, many others...

Each chapter found within the enlightening pages of What is Wrong with Being Black? thoroughly explores perplexing mysteries regarding the existence of Blacks around the world, showcasing the consequences of these negative situations and offers a "way out" of the seemingly unending cycle of challenges.

Although a tremendous stride has been made with Barack Obama elected as the first Black President, the Black situation is far from being fair, equal or respected. In What is Wrong with Being Black?, Ashimolowo unveils the only solution to rectifying over 2,000 years of oppression....

About Matthew Ashimolowo:
Matthew Ashimolow pastors the largest church in Western Europe, Kingsway International Christian Centre in London. His daily television ministry encourages millions of viewers worldwide, as do his radio programs. He is a teacher, evangelist, businessman, and award-winning author. Living the first 31 years of his life in Africa and the past 22 in Europe, Pastor Ashimolowo brings to the table a fair and balanced perspective.

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