Clifton Wilks’s New Book ‘Weary and Fatigued: Added Weight of Being Black’ is a Gripping Work About Black Lives

Clifton Wilks, a Jamaican national and trained nurse, has completed his most recent book “Weary and Fatigued: Added Weight of Being Black”:  a gripping volume about black lives in America today.
Clifton writes, “Despite over four hundred years of slavery and intimidation, the Black man continues to be dehumanized, delegitimized, degraded, and destroyed. He has become fatigued and weary from the great burden placed on him by society. This heavy weight of systemic racism, covert discrimination, and an unyielding blanket of segregation would have sapped the energy of any other man. These sanctioned acts, in many cases, by the state, have given birth to the worst outcomes as measured by any metrics.
“Among these adverse outcomes are the great inequality in health care as laid bare by the coronavirus, the failure of the thousands of small business by minority owners as the disproportionate aid to small business continues unabated, and the poor educational outcome continuing despite the recommendations of the Cerner report over fifty years ago.”
Published by Fulton Books, Clifton Wilks’s book is a gripping narrative following the Black Lives Matter movement in the United States.
Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase “Weary and Fatigued: Added Weight of Being Black” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books