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by Carla Mancari

eBook WALKING ON THE GRASS epub
  • ISBN: 0865547173
  • Author: Carla Mancari
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Sociology
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mercer University Press; 1st edition (November 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 236 pages
  • ePUB size: 1582 kb
  • FB2 size 1456 kb
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Walking on the Grass book. In the late sixties, Carla Mancari, a white woman, sought a college degree at the historically black South Carolina State College. There, she faced inner demons of racist society, confronted her own fears and prejudices, learned to overcome her beliefs, and came to understand that racism is the most deadly of society's self-inflicted wounds. During her In the late sixties, Carla Mancari, a white woman, sought a college degree at the historically black South Carolina State College.

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Carla R. Mancari is an author, Life Guide, Teacher, and Retreat Leader who assists individuals from all walks of life to improve their self-confidence, self-esteem, and ability to meet life's challenges. For more than 30 years, she has guided individuals in understanding life's spiritual principles, spiritual activities, and rising emotions in their professional and private lives. Mancari is an author, life guide, teacher, speaker and a leader of retreats who improve individuals' (from all . Walking on the Grass: A White Woman in a Black World). Mancari is an author, life guide, teacher, speaker and a leader of retreats who improve individuals' (from all walks of life) self-confidence, self-esteem, and how to meet life's challenges. For more then thirty years, she has guided individuals in understanding of spiritual principles, activities, and rising emotions in their private and daily lives. Her expertise with the Minute Method is unsurpassed. She is the author of many books including The Lessons, Vol. One, which contains more than 200 practical day-to-day useful topics.

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Overview "In this memoir, Carla Mancari shares her story of courage, hope, and love. In the space of a single year, Carla accomplished more than some people do in an entire lifetime. Though she did not have a high school diploma, she enrolled in a graduate school and earned a master's degree. Although she successfully overcame the deficiencies in her academic credentials, she managed to turn virtually the entire student body of her graduate school against her, simply because her skin was the wrong color." "While attending class her life was placed at risk when deadly riots - some involving her classmates - broke out on and around the campus. Tragically, some of her fellow students were among the victims. In the process of obtaining her graduate degree, she also managed to alienate virtually all the people she had known and worked with, including the supervisor on her job, who made it clear that she was a pariah. She was soon out of a job." Within that same short year, she found and married the man of her dreams, only to discover that he marched to a tune of a different moral drummer.
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