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Dr. Eddie Taylor was born in Chicago, IL. He has served in the US Army as a Chaplain and paratrooper. Dr. Taylor has earned a BA in Bible and Christian Education from Southwestern Christian College (HBCU), an MA in Religious Studies from Concordia University, an MA in Christian Ministry from Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a PhD in Clinical Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. He is a Lead Psychologist within the Indiana Department of Corrections and has a private practice in Northwest Indiana. He is also the author of Restoring the Mind of Black America (African American Images, Inc.).
Black Crab Syndrome: The Schadenfreude Effect gives a view on the current problems facing the Black community and brings to the forefront such issues as self-hate, black violence, and the rising educational deficiency. Discusses the past and present exploitation of blacks, the rising drug epidemic, slavery and eyewitness accounts by the Author. This book also traces black's role in slavery and the early impact of Christianity on blacks. The Book concludes with a reminder that the physical restraints of slavery has been removed, but its psychological effects continue to bind blacks today.
A brilliant novel of mystery and history merged together when in 1891 a young girl disappears mysteriously and is never heard from again. Abigail Stone just graduated from college when she and her dog, Willow, are moving to St. Augustine, Florida, where she will be employed at the Blue Water Clinic. She’s rented a small home from a feisty sixty-eight-year-old lady who lives next door. Shortly after Willow and Abigail move in, Willow starts to investigate and finds a letter that’s over one hundred years old. Abigail engages her landlord in the reading of the letter, and from there, they enter into a maze of danger, risk, and intrigue that begins when Henry Flagler and his second wife, Ida, were the talk of the town.
This lush book of photography represents National Geographic's Photo Ark, a major cross-platform initiative and lifelong project by photographer Joel Sartore to make portraits of the world's animals-especially those that are endangered. His powerful message, conveyed with humor, compassion, and art- to know these animals is to save them.Sartore intends to photograph every animal in captivity in the world. He is circling the globe, visiting zoos and wildlife rescue centers to create studio portraits of 12,000 species, with an emphasis on those facing extinction. He has photographed more than 6,000 already and now, thanks to a multi-year partnership with National Geographic, he may reach his goal. This book showcases his animal portraits- from tiny to mammoth, from the Florida grasshopper sparrow to the greater one-horned rhinoceros. Paired with the eloquent prose of veteran wildlife writer Douglas Chadwick, this book presents a thought-provoking argument for saving all the species of our planet.

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