Drugs, Violence and the Black Middle Class

“God Helps Those…” explores how the crack epidemic of the eighties effected the middle class African American community.

Bronx, December 9, 2004- “God Helps Those…” explores how the crack epidemic of the eighties effected the middle class African American community. Alan Cramer, a recovering functional ‘crack head,’ pens a novel that exposes the dirty secrets. He shows how even the working class crack head will do anything to survive.

The author states, “A lot of urban fiction deals with the so called Ballers and Players, this ignores the fact that the majority of people involved in the drug game were the actual users. A dealer could earn over $40,000 a year with just five U.S. Postal workers for customers. This is not just urban fiction. This is what’s really going on,” claims Cramer.

The book God Helps Those… ISBN: 0975320513, is published by Bronx Village Publishers and will be available at your local Black owned bookstore soon. For more information contact: Abdul Malik at Bronx Village Publishers at (646) 283-0980 P.O. Box 1021, Bronx, NY 10466; or e-mail protected from spam bots

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Source :  http://www.prweb.com/releases/2004/12/prweb187699.htm