Minorities, Inc.

Minorities, Inc.

"A story of civic chicanery involving just about everybody"

Paddy Puzo didn’t want to get involved in civil rights and American revisionary politics, but a bizarre midnight taxi ride in the most dangerous part of Los Angeles abruptly catapults him into the wild and unpredictable world of Minorities, Inc.

After barely surviving his involuntary entry into the more hazardous side of civil rights, Puzo’s dysfunctional adventures take him to Washington, D.C., and subsequently, to a Pacific island aptly referred to as The Island of Thieves, where his continuing confrontations with racial enlightenment finally lead him to hiding from the CIA while working at a remote and dilapidated pig farm somewhere in the Philippines.

Some say the Reverend Jussie S. Jackson II should not be writing stories. It was generally agreed that it would be better if he quietly stayed within his own personal world of past and present observations and experiences. He currently lives on a small, sleepy island where he drinks a lot of beer and should be truly content...if he just could. But alas, his nagging urges to be creative, resulting from a quixotic upbringing in Los Angeles, have sporadically led him onto the meandering paths of writing, paths that are strewn with a mixture of simple pleasures and pains in the ass, “like the proper use, of damn, commas!”

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BLACK POWER & white cower, Inc.

Black Power & White Cower, Inc.

“There is another class of coloured people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into a settled habit of advertising their wrongs---partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs.”

--Booker T. Washington (1856-1915)
(Born into slavery, later a famous educator, author, and orator.)

An autobiographical journey of a wandering white man, who grew up in a tough environment during the 1950’s through the 1970’s in the outskirts of Los Angeles in Pacoima, California and other L.A. confines. The story covers his confrontations and physical and mental battles with an era of racial upheaval, which was a socio-economic experiment that turned the white man’s world upside down to allow the U.S. federal government to even the playing field and provide payback for people of color. The resulting effects of the United States federally-sponsored racial experiment has had about the same bumbling outcomes when the U.S. federal government ineptly handled the affairs of the American Indians. The author eventually left the Los Angeles social zoo to settle on a small U.S controlled island in Micronesia and became one of the few white minority misfits among an overwhelming number of brown islanders, who didn’t give a damn about the U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, which surprisingly includes a few civil rights protections for even white people.

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Virgins and Villains

Poetry selections

Virgins & Villans

Available soon in poetry journals. Preview