God Doesn't Make Any Mistakes

God Doesn't Make Any Mistakes

My God Send - James Meredith

by Dr. J. Steven Blake, D.O.


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Dr. Blake's memoir is more reality than "To Kill a Mockingbird".

“I believe Dr. Blake’s memoir is the classic of classics of books written about the Black/White race thing. It catches more of the reality than “To Kill a Mockingbird – and “Gone with the Wind”. Even better than all of Faulkner’s novels. Why do I say this?

More important, he captured the reality of the past century of Black/White reality through his parents and extended family.

After finishing the Ole Miss School of hard-core white supremacy, he was introduced to the reality of racial reconciliation. Dr. Blake’s memoir is a must read for everyone interested in the Black/White race thing in the world.”

James Meredith, Esq.
First Black Graduate of the University of Mississippi ‘62

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Format: 6 x 9 Color Casebound, 182 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Jan 09, 2021)
ISBN10: 1977235115
ISBN13: 9781977235114
Genre: YOUNG ADULT NONFICTION / Biography & Autobiography / General

Author Information...

Dr. J. Steven Blake, D.O.Dr. Blake is a graduate of the University of Mississippi ’80 (Chemistry & Zoology), Medical Technology School (N. MS Medical Center) ’81, and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) ’89. He completed his Internal Medicine residency and his gastroenterology fellowship at the Hospital of PCOM (1992 & 1994 respectively). He is the owner of Blake Gastroenterology Associates, LLC and Mt. Airy Ambulatory Surgery Center in Philadelphia PA. He has been in private practice for twenty six years. He is also a health policy fellow (Ohio University/NY Institute of Technology). He has served on the Alumni Board of Directors of both PCOM and the University of Mississippi. He has also served on the Board of Trustees for PCOM. He lectured for 22 years at PCOM in the department of gastroenterology and currently an Assistant Clinical Professor for PCOM. Both parents are deceased (Alfred & Irma Blake). He is the second youngest of four (Alfred Jr., Brenda, & Bettie). Both of his older siblings are deceased and he has a half-sister (by father), Mrs. Theresa Wilson. His youngest sister Bettie (UM ’83 & UAB ‘86), has been his chief of operations for 20 years. He’s divorced (happily) and spends his time with a variety of hobbies; gourmet cooking, chess, piano, traveling, tennis, and a lover of NBA, NFL, MLB, and WTA/ATP Tennis. His number one desire is to inspire young people, particularly of African heritage, to believe all things are possible with hard work, dedication, confidence in self, and faith in God.
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