Curtis Brown's New Ebook, '25 Years of Hell', Is an Engrossing Story of a Courageous Man Who Fights In opposition to Racial Discrimination in America

Fulton Books creator Curtis Brown, newly retired corrections officer, has accomplished his most up-to-date e book, “25 Years of Hell”: a outstanding, true account that delves into the lifetime of a corrections officer who’s abused and mistreated for many years by his co-workers, superiors, and higher-ups for being Black within the predominantly Caucasian upstate New York jail system, and the way he overcomes his trials and tribulations.

Curtis writes, “25 Years of Hell will not be your extraordinary jail e book. It’s a distinctive and private story of an African American Corrections Officer within the corrupt, primarily Caucasian, upstate New York State Division of Corrections, the place being Black is taken into account a criminal offense. The e book dives into the pervasive, systemic abuse and corruption that plagues the Division. Instructed from the angle of somebody who lived it – for 28 years. When everyone seems to be towards you as a result of shade of your pores and skin – from the civilian plumber to the very best ranges within the Division, it’s one racial epithet, incident or lynching, after the subsequent. 25 Years of Hell is a case of discrimination and retaliation, jolted by an limitless shot of racial steroids. Whereas the robes and hoods of the KKK are overtly nowhere in sight, the people who could be carrying them are as a substitute wearing officer uniforms, thereby remaining covert and outdoors the auspices of State and Federal authorities. Hell is aware of no fury like a corrections officer scorned. 25 Years of Hell is a must-read, tell-all story of essentially the most ruthless and wretched racist practices informed by way of the lens of Curtis Brown, who barely survived the each day doses of the 25 years of racial hell he endured.”

Printed by Fulton Books, Curtis Brown’s e book is an enchanting learn that exposes the racial discrimination and abuse that was inflicted upon Brown by his employer, the maximum-security Elmira Correctional Facility, and its merrymen of racist, Caucasian bigots, who selected race over purpose, ridicule over security, and the way it devastatingly impacted Curtis Brown’s life and profession. It’s a story of bravery to face racial discrimination head-on, and to cease racist practices by way of no matter means attainable.

Readers who want to expertise this riveting work can buy “25 Years of Hell” at bookstores all over the place, or on-line on the Apple iTunes Retailer, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

Supply: Fulton Books