The Federation of Africa
"The Federation of Africa is the coming of age story of African Americans through the eyes of the Sinclair family.King Cornell represents the dreamsand passions that exist in all people. His nobility inspires all of usto achieve greatness and todare to be a part ofa history bigger than one self. This simple storyfollows the triumph of one African familyin the diasporaover the oppression, self hatred and self denial that has ravaged our communities.From the crucibleof thisAmericanexperience,Plato's famedPhilosopher King will emerge. This bookpresents the next stepin the evolutionary process forour people and how we will use this stage to lead all humans to greatness in the future."
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