Child Protection: A Conversation With Author & Swirler Don Rice, Jr.
In this special Men’s Podcast edition, I’m chatting it up with Don Rice, Jr., author of Child Protection, a thrilling crime drama. Don is a Swirler, and discusses his previous interracial relationships and reveals why he loves Black women.
More About Child Protection: A Novel Of Deception
All across America, families are under siege. Not just any family though; only the ones who are in no position to defend themselves. The ones who don’t have the money to hire attorneys and private investigators. And most of those families are losing.
Who or what are they under siege from? The very government agencies that are supposed to protect them, whose mandate is to serve them and provide assistance when needed. The welfare agencies.
But the worst of them are the ones that are supposed to protect the children. And they are in collusion with the police, prosecutors, and all manner of medical professionals. Even the media have jumped on this bandwagon.
In this novel, a small team of Federal agents is investigating incidents of fraud in child protection agencies. This includes false allegations of neglect and abuse as well as financial malfeasance.
While conducting their investigation, they become enmeshed in a series of actions that, at first glance, appear to conflict with their purpose: Instead of merely investigating, they find themselves working to help some of the people who are being victimized by the system. . .
I hope you enjoy this conversation with Swirler and Author Don Rice, Jr.!
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It’s easy to find Don on the web, and he loves to connect. You can find him on LinkedIn, his Facebook page, his book page on Facebook, Blogspot, Twitter and Google Plus. You can also send him an email at DCRiceJr@hotmail.com.
Shout Out To The Sistah Speak Podcast!
Our shout out for this episode goes to Sistah J and Sistah K of the Sistah Speak Podcast Network.
Sistah Speak includes a series of podcasts where the Sistahs discuss both reality and dramatic television shows.
The Sistahs created their podcasts to meet the need for a Black woman’s perception and honest analysis about certain shows and movies.
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