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He’s Not Like Us, His Kick Was Special

He’s Not Like Us, His Kick Was Special

by Roy L. Baxter III

About The Book

Can anything good come from that terrible city called Newark, New Jersey, where a large number of African-Americans reside? Yes, without a doubt.
A sizable number of people live in the northeast quadrant of the United States. To stand out or be recognized in a particular area of expertise is a daunting task.
In earlier decades, African-Americans migrated to the northern cities to find employment. People of color had a realistic understanding that if they worked hard, they could, at the very least, make a living. Generally, people worked very hard during the day. Once that powerful sun set, it was a whole other ball game.
New York City’s biggest and brightest stars showcased their talents across the waters. New Jersey’s most-populated city was the serious after-party place to be. Other cities or towns could show you a good time, but Newark was the party town. The jazz clubs and nightlife were second to none.
People kept coming to Newark, and the city kept growing. Generally, people felt comfortable in their established communities.

Publication date November 19,2023
Language English
ISBN (Paperback)
979-8-89174-119-5 (E-BOOK)
Genre Autobiography/Biography/Memoir, Sports and Leisure
Pages 62
Interior Color Black and White
Book Size 5.500" x 8.500" (216mm x 140mm)

About The Author

This is a biography. 
Subject: Dr. Raheem Ali Gardner

Phone#: 706 615-6414

Vickie Culver (Roy's sister) 1-862-373-6602


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