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Dr. Luonne Abram Rouse

American Clergy Leadership Conference

A Profound Journey of Identity and Empowerment

I Am Not Your Black America" is an essential read for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the Decendants of Ametican Slaves, so-called Black American experience and the ongoing struggle for racial justice. Me’Shorn Floyd Daniels’s introspection, passion, and commitment to empowering others make this book a compelling call to action. It serves as a powerful reminder that each individual has the capacity to shape their own narrative and contribute to a more equitable future. In summary, "I Am Not Your Black America" is a captivating and enlightening book that challenges readers to reflect on their own biases, confront systemic racism, and actively work towards building a more inclusive society. Me’Shorn Floyd Daniels’s personal journey and powerful storytelling make this book a must-read for those seeking inspiration, understanding, and a call to action.

Rev Mama Joy

Community Minister of Joy

Standing Without The Hate

The writing of history in the absence of us participating in the writing of our history is nothing new. Until now we as a people have been evolving through labels as Black, negro, Colored, Afro American, African American like ships without a sail or destination in the Waters of America. Now there is a voice from the grass root surfacing and someone standing without the hate after his ship sunk now rising sounding a new day . I am not your Black. The flunkies have always been there. What’s new is you MeShorn!

Sonny Fisback

Author, "Plant a New Seed" Amazon

Character is the key!

I like the way Meshon was so careful to point out how important it is to research Ancestorial Character, rather than just being proud of a certain color & expression. Black American. Actually, character is more important than just color.

Angela Jackson-Brown

Global Interventions Ventures in Education

I Am A Spirit Being Of Light Having A Human Being Global Phenomenal Experience On Earth

Uncle Me’Shorn has accomplished an exquisite profound transformational contribution to the Global Human Paradigm shift of how we perceive our human existence on Earth. He boldly confronts the inhumane reality of what it means to be of African Descendants of slave. Very few of our people have confronted and engaged the Global audience of defining and eloquently stating who am I. This book written by Uncle Me’Shorn, depicts and challenges the human race to confront their existence of who am I? I am not a man made title defined by racial divide. That was imposed on us by the few that rule the many. This is a must read by all people regardless of the ethiniticy, gender, sex our color of your skin. We are all part of the Global people of the Human Species, not a color called black, white, or red skinned people.

Michael Spencer

Voice Actor (spencervoiceworks.com)

Draw Your Own Conclusions

I Am Not Your Black, America” is a must-read book for anyone who is trying to understand where we are today and how we’ve gotten here. It explores and explains many concepts regarding the “color construct” and how it manifests itself in the personal/individual lives of both black and white Americans. The author, (Uncle MeShorn Daniels), dives head on into many very controversial subjects related to the black experience in America and how we (American Descendants of Slaves) do self-harm by “following the herd”, (group think), regarding individualism and political thought! His is a great story of individual achievement and overcoming the odds to become a successful, thoughtful, and productive American. Uncle MeShorn is an activist, a provocateur, and most importantly a person who genuinely cares about others. He loves his Country and wants us all to “do better”! He puts himself out there for all to examine and learn from. I encourage everyone to read the book, learn from it, and draw your own conclusions!

Charles Daniels

Self-Realization Strategist ( Life Coach)

The Reality of Self-Growth

Each of us have a destiny worth fulfilling, and we must give life to it so that we can free ourselves from the self-imposed limitations we give life to. Meshorn’s book “I’m Not Your Black, America does just that. The message shares his hurts and his recovery letting us know life situation that WERE, does not have to be situations that ARE in one’s life. Any individual struggling to obtain JOY and PEACE in this life can. Meshorn’s message give’s reality, better yet release feelings that stops hindering one’s growth. Allowing them to be open for change and begin giving life to their self-worth for growth. Human Wisdom or SPIRITUAL WISDOM were the choices revealed to me in my reading and a choice of one or the other had to be made, and it shows that Meshorn chose the SPIRITUAL, freeing himself to grow and be in a position to help others do the same. “I’m Not Your Black, America” is a must read for anyone seeking growth and stability in their life.

Ray Barker

Sir Friendly "C"

Critical Thinking

Personally, I didn’t give much thought to the concept of color construct because as a baby boomer it was just socially acceptable to labor on your own, either as black or white, but when MeShorn, the author, breaks it down, you start thinking critically and it seems to make a lot of sense. I really like his book and I give it two thumbs up.

Shahram Sedehi

Web Developer

Lead By Character, Not Color

MeShorn Daniels, has put to pen a prophetic book, and yet very pragmatic in how to restore the present polarized (the divide into two conflicting groups) America! His audience is the leadership of both opposing sides. And, His solution is “lead by character and not color”. Being a descendant of an emancipated American Slave, he sees the leadership in the community of his ancestry ineffective at best. The more they lead centered on color (“black”) the more they get to cover up the issues of their own character and or the character of those who are opposing their initiatives, namely “the whites”. It is a lose lose battle. The real issues gets lost in a made up war based on “color”. Polarization happens when wining and losing is not based on personal integrity, but who do you side with. MeShorn tells a story of a young boy from his community that enthusiastically informs MeShorn that the powerful Egyptian Pharaohs were “black”. Then MeShorn responds, “were those Pharaohs, good folks or bad folks?”, The boy looks at MeShorn in bewilderment, as if why would that even be a question!

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