Kwame Anthony Copeland Releases '1969 I AM LUCKY TO BE ME'
After serving in the Vietnam War, Kwame Anthony Copeland became an anti-war activist and now dedicates his time exploring the possibilities of Homo sapiens' successes into the future. "1969 I Am Lucky to Be Me" (published by iUniverse) is Copeland's memoir and philosophy, which acts as a conversation to the public about where the human species is heading.
"1969 I am Lucky to Be Me" focuses on the conversations and contemplations of an immigrant, a Vietnam vet, a father and an elder. It encompasses the nature of the American empire, and where it is going. With the increasing expanse of technology, a human-machine future is very possible. This book takes a look at what the human spirit means and how it applies to the future of the country as the species evolves.
"This book is a personal experience and reflection of my thoughts," says Copeland. "When my mother passed away in 2010, it gave me the courage to let go of my draft, publish and share my thoughts with the world. I would like readers to gain an optimistic perception of the human species as we move toward the future."
"1969 I Am Lucky to Be Me"
By Kwame Anthony Copeland
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 132 pages | ISBN 9781475952520
E-Book | 132 pages | ISBN 9781475952537
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
About the Author
Kwame Anthony Copeland is a globalist and also a lover of his adapted nation and chosen identity in Ifá-òrì?à traditions of Afro-Americana-Caribbean. Copeland has written "The Afro-Blues Tradition" and "Glorious Child of the Africans" and has been on a spiritual and poet's journey since Vietnam.
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