Up From Harlem is an pictorial autobiography of the life and times of Roland Alexander Brown. This book is dedicated to his family and friends who have made his life wonderful and worth living. It is a homage to the people who have influence his life over the last fifty years, and made him the person he is today. This Biography includes awards, people, education and other interesting facts pertaining to his life he wanted to share with friends, family and aquaintances.I found a job at Daitch Shopwell supermarket as a delivery boy and stockman. I stayed with this employer ... In February of 1970 through affirmative action, New York Telephone opened an employment office on 125th street. I took a series of the ... Within six months, the company transferred me to the Special Services Repair.
|Title||:||Up from Harlem|
|Author||:||R. Alexander Brown|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2009-09|