The Kush Nation
By: Samuel Haile
About the Book
Jacksyn Davidson is a black man born into a wealthy family who loses the family business after integration hits America. Losing everything, he will stop at nothing to get it back and much more.
But when he finds himself getting involved with the wrong crowds and almost loses his life, he is forced to take a step back and reevaluate: What is he fighting for?
Join Jacksyn on an adventure as he defies the odds, growing from a self-destructive youth to a king of a nation. Through his trials and tribulations, Jacksyn goes through real life problems —from police brutality to wealth inequality —and creates real life solutions.
A story of “undesirables” rising to take what belongs to them, The Kush Nation is a work of historical fiction that shows the struggle of the black man and offers a way to escape systemic oppression, striving to help solve the racial division in the world and bring us together to a brighter future.
About the Author
Samuel Haile is a first-generation Ethiopian. His parents came to America fleeing from Communists. Inspired by his people, who fought and eventually overthrew the Communists who threatened their way of life, Haile believes that Communism is the new slave system.