Star Parker is president and founder of the Coalition on Urban Renewal and Education (CURE), a nonprofit center that addresses the impact of social politics on America's inner cities and the poor. Prior to her social activism, Parker was a single welfare mother. After turning to Christ, she returned to college, earning her B.S. degree, and then launched an urban Christian magazine. Now, she is a frequent lecturer at colleges and churches, a social policy consultant and media commentator, and a regular guest on national television and radio programs across the country, including Larry King Live, 20/20, and The Oprah Winfrey Show. Parker is also a syndicated columnist with the Scripps Howard News Service.
Star Parker examines poverty, especially among the blacks; relates how various anti-poverty programs fail; and outlines a different strategy for solving the problem of poverty. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Frederick A. Costello
READ THIS BOOK. Limousine liberals hate her but they haven't been where she comes from. they lie about their tar-paper shack upbringing but this woman of character has been... Read morePublished 4 months ago by revwayne
Haven't finished this book. It gives me a lot to think about. I see that the problem of helping the poor is difficult because there are many reasons why people are poor. Read morePublished 4 months ago by old_broad
Great read for every American, especially those stuck on the Plantation. Ms Parker shows us how to be emancipated.Published 5 months ago by Thomas E. Smith
Star Parker tells it like it is, which is what most people don't like to hear.Published 6 months ago by Teresa
Until everyone reads this book racial tensions. as propagated by the Obama machine. will continue to worsen. Government is broken and can't fix race relations. Only people can. Read morePublished 7 months ago by F. Goldenson