Collen Plummer’s New Book ‘No, My Brother, I Am My Brother’ Is An Eye-Opening Anthology On The Discrimination Against Black People Despite Being Great At Their Job

Fulton Books author Collen Plummer, an intellectual who worked for Johnson & Johnson and developed products that save lives, an athletic man, and a devout follower of God, has completed his most recent book “No, My Brother, I Am My Brother”: a heart-wrenching account that exposes the lack of fairness and justice that a person of color has to endure in their daily lives.
Collen writes, “My brother was almost two years older than me. I was born June ’56, while he was born May of ’54. My uncle used to call me *ME TOO* because I always wanted to do everything like my brother, so I ended up with the name *ME TOO*.
In junior high school and high school, I started to beat him in basketball, and in racing, he was faster in the shorter distance and I was faster in a longer distance. Then I became faster in the shortest distance; that’s when we formed a relay team that has about ten to twelve national records. We ended up competing against each other more than our opponents, and I don’t know why.
The biggest achievement as a relay team together was Jesse Owens giving us our medals at Spectrum even though breaking that national record and breaking national record at Madison Square Garden within the same week, I lost a lot of scholarships for reasons I still do not know.
You better have the Lord in your life because the decisions and choices you make in life, you are going to need God. I knew that Fortune 500 companies had tuition reimbursement, so when one door closes in life, another door opens in life, just as long as you have the Lord with you; that’s the only way I can make it. Thank you, Jesus!
Then I end up developing life-saving products with two patents for Johnson & Johnson, saving lives. God is good. Thank you, Jesus.
Witnessing a black man having the life choked out of him for ten minutes by a white policeman is one of the main reasons why I wrote this book, because I develop products that save lives and here goes the white man choking the life out of another black man for no reason.”
Published by Fulton Books, Collen Plummer’s book is an illuminating account that shows how God blesses those who deserve it. He sees everyone’s struggles and hard work. He listens to the cries and prayers. It is a promise that He will bless those who patiently wait for their turn. As the popular saying goes, “Good things come to those who wait.”
Readers who wish to experience this emotionally resonant work can purchase “No, My Brother, I Am My Brother” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
Source: Fulton Books