Niggerable Offense: Are You A Violator?

  • By Marcus A. Bedford Jr.

    Bedford takes a penetrating look into the ill-affects of slavery and how these “Niggerable Offenses” continue to cripple our culture today.

    As coined by Mr. Bedford, a ‘Niggerable Offense’ is any action, reaction, no action, or spoken word by Black African Americans that disrespects or dishonors the hardship and memory of our ancestors that took that first dreadful boat ride.

    One example of an offense is the word ‘nigga’. We use it as a form of love towards one another, hate, out of anger, friendship, camaraderie, and to disrespect. What cannot be denied is that the word was born from the seed of hatred specifically for Us.

    This book discusses ‘Niggerable Offenses’ and what’s behind the causes of such culture-killing actions. For instance, identifying the ‘Original Deadbeat Dad’. Do you know who he is?

    “Niggerable Offense” is written for the purpose of presenting the true breakdown of the Black African American culture, so that future generations can move forward with pride and self-awareness.

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    Trade Paperback: $19.99, 112 pages; 978-1-4568-0284-4

    Trade Hardback: $29.99, 112 pages; 978-1-4568-0285-1

    eBook: $9.99; 978-1-4568-0286-8

    To contact:

    Marcus Bedford Jr. K-00220
    PO Box 689 D-Wing 239L
    Soledad CA 93960


    A work of brilliance... A must read book for all of today's society... A beacon of light for guidance. --- Messiah 13X

    Powerful, Brutally honest, Eye-Opening, a Teachable Read. --- R. Smith

    It's a book that's fast pace... He ask are you a violator? Yes I am on many levels. But my eyes and mind are open to becoming a better person. I advise everyone to read this book. --- L. Dickens

    It is put together well and the flow is smooth. It is an easy read, and the audience will identify with some of your experiences in life and how to deal with certain subject matters. Your number system is impessive, waiting for part 2. --- Hakee

    After reading such a wonderful book, for anyone worn down by years of confinement, this inspiring read has offered me a ray of hope that even behind the wall of confinement I am still free to use my mind. --- D. Walcott Jr.