Story of African American male
Rensselaer, New York Apr 26, 2023 (Issuewire.com) - Author Jyquan Stewart releases a poignant book entitled 'The Memorial Of Catherine Stewart' and the piteous writing is creating a long-lasting effect on the readers. This memorial is about how impactful the legacy of Catherine Stewart is and how it influenced the life of her grandson Jy'Quan Stewart. Throughout her life, Catherine created an example of what Godliness is and now that she is gone, the book is helping people understand the importance of leaving a reverent legacy behind so people can be led by example.
The story is about a black boy who has been misunderstood by everyone all his life. Jy'Quan Stewart, born on July 1, 2001, in Albany, New York is a black American who has been misunderstood, falsely accused and faced medical malpractice as well for most of his life. The grandson of Catherine Stewart experienced overwhelming racism and discrimination that started in childhood when he was attending school. There he has been falsely accused in a paintball gun incident for a crime he did not commit. Even though police and psychologists were involved, they were of not much help and lead to Jy'Quan being put on the wrong medication. People even thought of him being mentally retarded when in reality Jy'Quan was just autistic and had social anxiety.
This injustice towards him for being just a different race has impacted him so much and through this book, the writer showcased that beautifully. In this world, preachers and deacons claim to be sons and daughters of God but in reality, when someone needed them they fail to deliver. This book helps us understand through faith we can overcome anything and everything. Get this beautiful book and learn from this moving story at: https://www.xulonpress.com/bookstore/bookdetail.php?PB_ISBN=9781662871948&HC_ISBN=.
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