“In his riveting book, Black Self Genocide, Bishop Wellington Boone provides great insight into the belief systems and behaviors that have kept black people in America in a dependent position. More importantly he provides sage advice for how to empower the black community in America and consequently to help strengthen the entire nation.”
Ben Carson, M.D, Retired Pediatric Neurosurgeon. Former 2016 Republican Candidate for President. Emeritus Professor of Neurosurgery, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Wellington Boone has brilliantly shined a light on a dark subject. Understanding is at the heart of this work, or might I suggest movement. The book is written in the spirit of excellence with high degrees of honor through out the pages. This book does not just simply highlight the problem, it provides scriptural solutions and is timely. I bless this book and all who read it as we journey to truly understand and example truth powerfully. EVERY Pastor, teacher and ministry leader would do well to glean from the pages of this well crafted gem.
W. Winship, Amazon Review
“This book addresses the “elephant in the room” that our culture has glossed over, pretending it isn’t there!!! This book examines and investigates a very difficult subject – the decline of the Black American community in America and spotlights an important (and very sad) phenomenon that has been “hiding” in plain sight in our country.”
J. James, Amazon Review
"If you are a Black American it’s a must read."
M. Buhleron, Amazon Review
"Pastor gives GOOD History; people should read this book!"
Linda G., Amazon Review
"Interesting innovative reading."
Gigion, Amazon Review
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