Faucette’s New Book Confronts Disregard for Black Voters in Open Letter to President Biden

In his groundbreaking book, “I Was Warned Not to Publish this Book! Is The Word Processor Mightier Than The H-Bomb?” author Maurice G. Faucette writes a bold open letter to President Biden, raising crucial concerns about the lack of response from Democratic representatives, the Democratic Party’s commitment to the Black community, and the impact of policy decisions on vulnerable communities.

In his letter, Faucette expresses disappointment at the lack of response from Democratic representatives to concerns about endorsements and actions. As a Black voter, he questions the Democratic Party’s commitment to the Black community, raising concerns about the Black vote being taken for granted.

The author also addresses the impact of homeless shelters in the Bronx, specifically in Wakefield, emphasizing the concentration of shelters and the absence of support from elected officials. Faucette appeals to President Biden for intervention, urging actions like canceling a shelter contract, closing specific shelters, and repurposing vacant centers, as well as fair resource distribution and a reassessment of district boundaries for community benefit.

The open letter reflects Faucette’s personal experiences and observations as a broader commentary on political representation, social justice, and community development.

“I Was Warned Not to Publish this Book! Is The Word Processor Mightier Than The H-Bomb?” offers a thought-provoking and personal insight into Faucette’s diverse experiences and perspectives. It reflects his passion for addressing social and political issues, along with personal struggles, combining personal reflections, political commentary, and historical analysis in one book.

 

About the Author:

Author Maurice G. Faucette, a Harlem native, grew up amidst the challenges of the Great Southern migration. Born to a mother from Alabama and a father from Durham, NC, Maurice’s early life was influenced by the teachings of Malcolm X. Raised by his hardworking mother in a Harlem tenement with five siblings, Maurice faced challenges but developed resilience and a love for sports.

Despite early academic struggles, Faucette graduated with a B.S.C. in Business and a minor in Mathematics. Turning down lucrative opportunities, he returned to Harlem to support his family, working at Xerox Corp and realizing childhood dreams of providing a better life.

Maurice’s commitment extends beyond his career. Actively engaged in community service, he served as CEO and board member of the West Harlem Community Organization collaborated with Rev. Calvin O. Butts III in “New Voices for Harlem,” and founded the South Harlem Reds Baseball Program, mentoring countless inner-city youth.

 

Maurice G. Faucette’s groundbreaking book, ‘I Was Warned Not to Publish this Book! Is The Word Processor Mightier Than The H-Bomb?’ is out now– grab your copy now and become part of the debate!

For inquiries and interviews about the book “I Was Warned Not to Publish this Book! Is The Word Processor Mightier Than The H-Bomb?”, please contact:

Author’s Name: Maurice G. Faucette

Author’s Email: southharlemsport@aol.com

 

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