About me (the author)

I was Born in Atlanta, Georgia: Grady Hospital. For those of you who are interested in my schooling: I attended High School at: Booker T Washington High in Atlanta (My mom moved us from Atlanta to Cleveland, Ohio, the night before the last game of the 1954 World Series between the Cleveland Indians and the New York Giants); therefore, I graduated from  East Tech High School in Cleveland, Ohio: College: University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois (thanks to my dad): North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.C (thanks to UPS): Army Security Agency: Europe and Middle East (thanks to the U.S. Government): United Parcel Service (retired):

I agree with the great abolitionist, Frederick Douglass, when he said, “The destiny of black America is the destiny of America.” When I talk about providing the reader with a sumptuous mental meal that I call “the cake of attitude cultivation,” that’s exactly what I mean, and that is exactly what this site is all about.

Site summary:

This site realistically identifies specific core areas of racial strife, at the same time it ties the real issues of race relations into the nature of government. It is different from many others that may be similar, in that there is no hidden agenda: everything is out in the open. In addition, the book has feeling, passion, humor, substance, and clarity. Not only that, it has a message that is sure to help many, many individuals, both American and others, gain greater insight into what it takes to gain and maintain “liberty and justice for all” our citizens, it also aids the reader in reducing thinking errors about race relations..


This site is dedicated to Noah & Bertha Williamson, my grandpa & “Big Mama”; to Henry, my dad; to Florence, my mom; and to all the men and women like them who never made excuses, they simply went about their business and produced positive results in a predisposed way. That kind of behavior equates to success in the pursuit of happiness.

Whatever success this site achieves is considered an add-on that they should have received but never did, simply because of the color of their skin. God has blessed America and will continue to do so because America is The Symbol, The only symbol in the entire world that thrives on liberty and justice for all.

2 thoughts on “About me (the author)

  1. Jace

    As a white american, I read “Race To Excellence”, and I have to say, I was moved and it certainly opened my eyes. A very interesting read. I have dated women of all races. Well many anyway. Including several black women. One imparticular and very recently, who is very embedded in the current plight and causes of blacks in America and their rights, or lack thereof. I gave the book to her as a gift. Your educated insight and points of view bring clarity to current issues. I applaud you and thank you. Jace

    1. hammer Post author

      Hi Jace,
      I sure am pleased that you read “Race to Excellence,” and I appreciate the fact that you provided a copy of it to your companion. It has been more than a decade since I wrote it; to my consternation, race relations in the USA has not improved one iota; in fact, thanks to “the enemy” we have taken a step backwards). Your comment re your companion’s concern about “plight and causes of blacks in America and their rights, or lack thereof” is indicative of “the enemy’s” success. In “…Revisited” I identify the culprit and the use of their success-technique; however, in revisiting my manuscript, I have a long way to go to improve it so that it might have a chance to make a difference. Take a look at “the enemy” in “…Revisited,” it’ll give you an idea of where I’m coming from. In the meantime, I want to thank you for being a real, independent individual who thinks for himself, and understands that outward appearance of a person is simply a clue to who he or she really is. Here’s hoping the year 2014 will find all your desires fulfilled.

      Best regards,
      Henry Williamson


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