When Race Didn't Matter In Mississippi Episode 15

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Orderlyforlee Podcast takes the Wild Southern Ride back into his Southern roots with his friend and guest, Claudette Esmeralda. The two neighborhood friends share their journeys growing up in the Great State of Mississippi and some of their school experiences. Claudette Esmeralda has written a book herself, “Leah Is Seen” and was a featured author at the 2018 Louisianna Book Festival. Orderlyforlee talks to one of his childhood friends about his Black Confederate Journey.

Claudette Esmeralda’s Book, “Leah Is Seen” is an inspirational Children’s book on self esteem.

Claudette Esmerelda, a retired Army veteran, has always used her words to encourage recruits to become soldiers, soldiers to become leaders, and leaders to become leaders of character for the future. Still, in retirement, she maintains that same encouragement through writing while focusing on empowering, encouraging, and enlightening our future leaders to embrace their individuality and uniqueness while preparing to reach a common goal of making the world a better place. Claudette Esmerelda resides in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas and loves traveling, traveling, and more traveling!

Episode 15

Al Arnold’s Book: Robert E. Lee's Orderly A Modern Black Man's Confederate Journey Published October 2015 (Foreword by Historian, Dr. Otis Pickett, Ph.D, Mississippi College)

Extended Edition: Published August 2018 (Foreword by James Meredith, Author and Last Living Civil Rights Icon)

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