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Author Aubrey Clemons
He's, a self inspired social activist inspired to stand against generational poverty due to his daily observations of the underpinning psychological change in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. Aubrey was raised in the Sheppard Square housing projects, which birthed inspiration for such champions as Muhammad Ali. Aubrey’s admiration for the lost craft of boxing, as well as the enriched history of Smoketown based around boxing, he began a boxing program called “Hancock Home of the Hands” to empower the community by health awareness, social justice, and restoration of community pride. During the preparation of the boxing camp a dear friend, (Shaunta Kenerly), reached out to Aubrey via Facebook due to the consistent thrust of positive quotes, comments, and poems. Shaunta Kenerly suggested that Aubrey use his force on a vaster plateau; by offering him a contract on “Shaunta Kenerly/AMB Publishing”, six months after the conversation “The Proverbs & Somber Memoirs of Aubrey” was published. The book added the word “author” amongst many other titles he has taken liability for.
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