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(S5) KINGS Presents....

Literary Author, Green Leader, Vegan Athlete, Youth Worker, and Health Advocate, Jarid Manos. who'll discuss Restoration Not Incarceration, and his bok "Ghetto Plainsman" on A Touch of Grace; Saturday, 6/14/2014 @ (1:30PM, p.s.t./4:30PM, e.s.t.).  To listen to the show click the link,or: ON DAY OF SHOW ONLY: Call in to speak with the host 347-215-7169.

About Jarid:

Jarid Manos is a featured guest speaker at universities, jails, churches (and other places of faith), organizations, events, conferences, businesses, chambers of commerce, and schools nationwide.

A vegan athlete, Manos was named in 2003 to the original Board of Directors of the Black Vegetarian Society of Texas.

He is currently volunteering with the Youth Diving With A Purpose program of the National Association of Black Scuba Divers.

About writing: 

Ghetto Plainsman, Jarid Manos’ first book, took eight years to write. Her Blue Watered Streets: An American Novel has been over 5 years in the writing. Manos believes that writers should honor their readers’ time with exacted craft and fully inhabited, conscious writing and that, at its best, American literature can be transformative for social and personal change through an experiential story. Theme-wise, he is particularly interested in the American story of people on the land, whether it is the remnant wild or the urban hidden world. The land becomes a living character itself, and we become part of it. Stories of people’s lives embed in the land like geographic layers as time moves on.

full bio [http://jaridmanos.com/bio/]

 

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