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Echoes From The Past

Author Rodney Harris Sr. is pleased to announce the release of his groundbreaking new book.


This thought-provoking work invites readers to explore the perspectives and insights of iconic figures such as Harriet Tubman, Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X, Fred Hampton, Tupac Shakur, and Zora Neale Hurston, as they address the current state of the Black community in America.


Utilizing artificial intelligence, "Echoes From The Past" transcends the boundaries of time and space, offering readers an unprecedented opportunity to engage in imagined conversations with these influential leaders. By envisioning these dialogues, the author sheds light on the triumphs and struggles that have shaped the black community's ongoing fight for justice, equality, and dignity.


"Echoes From The Past" serves as both a testament to the enduring legacies of these iconic figures and a reminder that their legacies live on. By engaging with their wisdom, readers will find inspiration to continue the fight for a more just and equitable future, and a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

This timely and compelling book is available 5/31/23 for purchase at Barns & Noble books, Walmart, Apple Books, Google Books readers can find more information about the author and his other works at / and on Social Media Channels @rodneyharrissr.



About the Author:

“Echoes From The Past" is authored by Rodney Harris Sr., a US Navy Veteran and accomplished writer hailing from Akron, Ohio. With an extensive background as a headline comedian traveling worldwide, his media company has covered President Obama, LeBron James career, LIV Golf and more. Rodney brings a unique perspective to readers. As CEO of Prime Universal Network and author of the successful book "What Is Artificial Intelligence," Rodney engages readers' curiosity and imagination through his thought-provoking works.


For more information about "Echoes From The Past" or to schedule an interview with the author, please contact Rodney at or 330-330-2279.

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