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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
MILTON McGRIFF, an award-winning poet and journalist, recently retired ad senior editor of a national magazine. He earned a B.A. and M.A. in Creative Writing at Iowa State University. He is the author of three plays: And Then We Heard the Thunder (based on a novel by John O. Killens), T.C.B. (Takin? Care of Business), and The Nigger Killer. He also co-authored a book of poetry, The Path of the Night. He lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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The Spook Who Sat By The Door, for the 21st century!
It's a gripping and seething literary reclamation of what haunts and disturbs the currents of the Black Experience in America.
Maurice Henderson/Executive Director
National Black Authors Tour
TIME: The near future
PLACE: A U. S. city
After decades of so-called advances in race relations in America, it's once again open season on Black Folks. Police shootings of unarmed black men, women and children are up, and civil rights are down and out. A major question of the day is, Who will protect black Americans when the U.S. government looks the other way and makes excuses?
When tragedy strikes close to home, it's a question that journalist Andy Blackman must ask himself: "Where do I stand?"
It's a question that Minister Johnnie Black Label Walker, the leader of the militant Covenant of the New Commandment, has pondered constantly during a forty-year ministry: "What would the Creator have us do?"
And it's a question that a mysterious group who call themselves Unit 2236 has a very definite answer for:
"We will protect you."
2236 delves deep into the dynamics of race relations, the role of religion in liberation, the anguish of repression, and the power of resistance. When life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness ring hollow for a people, when a government has become destructive of those ends, what should people do? What did the "forefathers" of this country do?
2236 is a must read for anyone who sees and is disturbed by the erosion of democracy in the United States, and the emergence of an empire.
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