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A Manifesto
A Manifesto by Harry Jackson, Jr.

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Author: Harry Jackson Jr.
Subtitle: Christian America's Contract with Minorities
Format: Hardcover
Length: 174 Pages
Published: 2020

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A Manifesto: Christian America’s Contract with Minorities is both a plea and a carefully considered declaration by Bishop Harry R. Jackson Jr. to provide solutions to the problems facing America Today.

This Manifesto can be remembered through an acrostic using the word EMPOWERED, representing:

  • E: Education Reform
  • M: Marriage Rebuilding as a Social Strategy
  • P: Public Policy Reform
  • O: Oversight of Minority and Community Engagement
  • W: We Creation
  • E: Entrepreneurship
  • R: Righteousness and Justice as Moral Guidelines
  • E: Empathy versus Retaliation
  • D: Destiny with Dignity for All Humankind

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Shared Destiny
Chapter 2: Shared Destination – A Time for Change
Chapter 3: Rerouting – A New Beginning
Chapter 4: Following New Directions; Understanding New Government and Younger Voters
Chapter 5: Traveling Together Toward a New Consensus
Chapter 6: Crossing the Divide: Seven Bridges to Peace
Chapter 7: Passing the Hispanic and Asian Driver’s Test
Chapter 8: The Destination: Biblical Justice and Righteousness
Chapter 9: Buckling Everyone’s Seat Belt – Holistic Humanity
Chapter 10: The Road Ahead: Avoiding Uncle Toms Cabin
About the Author

About the Author:
Harry R. Jackson Jr. is an American Christian preacher and Pentecostal bishop who serves as the senior pastor at Hope Christian Church in Beltsville, Maryland, and as the presiding bishop of the Ambassadors of Hope. He is the founder and chairman of the High Impact Leadership Coalition, composed of ministers who actively promote socially conservative causes. Bishop Jackson is also a co-founder of the Reconciled Church Initiative, which seeks to bring racial healing to the church and America. Bishop Jackson earned a BA. In English from Williams College and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He is often sought out as a speaker on national issues.