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In 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech in hopes of Racial unity. Now, nearly forty-five years later, Albert R. Reddick presents his dream come true – his model for overcoming racism. In this book, he merged his writings from his two books “Becoming One” and “The I and I Model for Overcoming Racism”. Diversity has Reached the shores, institutions, and communities of America. In order to maintain unity, America must end racism. You can read about Dr. Reddick's findings and analysis in Overcoming racism, which is the fruit of his years of research, studies and personal experiences while fighting against unlawful discrimination.
Becoming one Volume 2 – HARDBACK
Published Date: September 9, 2020
Rev. Dr. Albert Reddick
Albert R. Reddick was inspired to write Becoming ONe Vol II “”The Diversity Salad Bowl Open MInd”” by observing the interaction, excitement, challenges and behavior of the children in Becoming One Enrichment Diversity Center After School Program and substitute teaching in the Chatham County School, Juris Doctorate Degree from North Carolina Central University, School of Law and a Doctoral Degree from Eastern University. He was a Special Student at Duke University Divinity School in 1977, where he received a certificate in the Master of Divinity Program. Currently, President/CEO of Becoming One ENrichment Diversity Center, Inc. (thedialogue.tv) and Substitute Teacher, Chatham County Public Schools. He resides in Chatham County, N.C. with his supportive wife Sandra.