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Writer Raises Awareness about Racial Discrimination

Book discusses the Black History that happened in 1950s and 1960s.

Big Stone Gap, VA – WEBWIRE

No matter what is our race or ethnicity, we are all equal in the eyes of God.

We are created by God equally. Regardless what may our status, gender and race be. We should not judge and be judged by anyone. This certain issue is best discussed in the book “Who are Those People Back There?” written by Sandra A. Birchfield. This is a great example of literature that poses awareness of racial discrimination. The book shares a conversation between mother and child, in which the mother tells that we should not criticize or discriminate other people according to their race or ethnicity.
“Who Are Those People Back There?” was born through the author’s experiences while growing up in a rural area in Southwest Virginia at the time when discrimination is highly experienced. This was the time period when Blacks have limited activities because of the color of their skin. She wrote this book for the next generation to be free of hurt and prejudice, and emphasizing that our color, race or ethnicity should not be a measurement of how we are as a person and there should be no divider among us as we are born equal.
Since this is a child-friendly book, this is highly recommended for readers of all ages. The illustrations made are the evidence which make reading exciting and boring.
“Who Are Those People Back There?” will soon be displayed this upcoming 2017 American Library Association Annual, which will take place on June 23, 2017. Don’t forget to grab a copy of this book now and see you on the said date!
“Who Are Those People Back There?”
Written by Sandra A. Birchfield
Published by Xlibris Corporation
Published date December 19, 2013
Paperback price: $15.98
About the Author
The author, Sandra A. Birchfield, is married with two children who are also married. She has two grandsons and two granddaughters, all under the age of three.

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