Harding's Death Warrant: Blackness

This book is a combination of oral and historical references and creative writing.  While growing up, we were never allowed to talk about the relationship to a US President outside of family gatherings because we were "Colored”, and Warren was "passing." It was like harboring a fugitive--once found out meant certain accusation. The government would "silence us the way they silenced Harding."

There may be criticism with what is written within the pages of this book, but before the critic judges harshly, let the explanations be carefully read and considered.  The Founding Fathers who framed the US Constitution were responsible for the curse under which my ancestors were born. Names, characters, places, and incidents are either a product of fact and/or the author's imagination.  Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead is entirely synchronized. 

Readers are not ready for the stuff left out of American history books. References have documented Warren G. Harding's Blackness openly, to surprise, since his Negro ancestry has been squelched since his death in 1923.  Moreover, he may have lost his life because of it.

Warren G. Harding and His First Cousins