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The Nigga Inside All Of Us

R.E. Carter

Published September 4th 2013
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Kindle Edition
50 pages
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Since the end of the Civil Rights Movement in the late 1960’s there has been a secret war going on in America between Black People vs. Niggas. The short story “The Nigga Inside All of Us” is a quick look into that inner struggle to pick a side andMoreSince the end of the Civil Rights Movement in the late 1960’s there has been a secret war going on in America between Black People vs. Niggas. The short story “The Nigga Inside All of Us” is a quick look into that inner struggle to pick a side and the pressure that decision comes with.Along with your purchase you will also recieve the first three chapters of R.E. Carter’s debut Novel “Memoirs of a Slave.”With his Master’s blood still fresh on his hands, and the woman of his dreams crying hysterically John needed to think. However, there was no time for thinking and they needed to go north. In just a few hours the relentless nose of every blood hound in Tennessee would be fresh on their trail, so with no time to spare he grabbed Ernestine by the hand and they vanished.When the snow cleared in the spring of 1856 Reginald and Emily Williams calmly walked down Main Street for the first time - six months earlier they didn’t exist. Like so many communities in the Midwest Lawrence, Kansas was full of opportunity and the perfect place for two former slaves to reinvent themselves with very little questions. Over the next 30-years the couple would become the pillars of their community, and their moderate wealth and charming personalities would not limit them to the black side of town.While working as a journalist Reginald would become the voice of the people, but digging too deep into a fixed election would expose his on past. Shackled from head to toe and dragged out of their luxurious home the couple is taken back to Nashville to face first degree murder charges. With only a few days before their execution Reginald reaches deep into his memory and puts his life story on paper.From London, to Georgia, to the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. the leather bound journal would pass through dozens of hands over the next 120-years until it’s finally given to its rightful owner.At the age of 28 Carl Peters had already completed his Bachelors Degree in Engineering and his Masters in History, but finds himself selling cell phones in Oklahoma City. His desire for the easy life is a one man boycott against an overbearing father who died three years earlier. With the Journal now in his hands Carl will use the words of a distant relative to put his life back on track, and confront his own fears of selling out and becoming an Uncle Tom. He will also have to choose between his blond haired blue eyed girlfriend and his best friend’s wife.