Black Authors : POLICY KINGS

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  1. OldSoul

    OldSoul Permanent Black Man PREMIUM MEMBER

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    KINGS
    The True Story of Chicago's Policy Kings and Numbers Racketeers is an Informal History written by Nathan Thompson and published by The Bronzeville Press at POLICYKINGS.COM
    If you don't know what and where Bronzeville is or if you don't know what 'Policy' was or if you know anyone who buys a state lottery ticket,
    you need to read this book!
    It is the best history of Black Chicago and Bronzeville USA in the last 50 years!
    POLICYKINGS.COM
    From the Negro Baseball leagues and the Heavyweight Championship of the World,
    From City Hall to the White House,
    these Black Men changed the course of American History!
    From the SpeakEasies of Bronzeville to the Chateaux of Paris,
    these Black Men were the Driving Force behind Many African American Firsts!
    With the turn of the mighty Policy Wheel, these Black Men created what is known today as the Illinois State Lottery (and state lotteries everywhere)!
    POLICYKINGS.COM
     
  2. Bluewater

    Bluewater Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    thank you oldsoul for this information...seem like a very interesting read ...
    Peace
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    indeed this was on point thanks for the info
     
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