William H. Cooper III describes the years of racial profiling in law enforcement that had significantly affected his life, family, and friends. Readers will understand the life experiences of how Mr. Cooper paid the consequences emotionally, mentally, and financially because of wrongful law enforcement.
"Today despite having to endure, Mr. Cooper has overcome the injustices he faced, and he wrote this book to share his life experiences for readers to have another perspective and understanding as cautionary lessons of what it is to be racially profiled for this generation and future generations" (Maria M. Malave, Associate in Elementary Education, Camden County College, Blackwood, New Jersey).
"I have really enjoyed reading Just Another Pretty Face. I am a visual person, and each short story had me visualizing each scene. In a few of the stories, there is comedic timing that draws you in and makes the story personable. Thankfully, each story ended with no real arrest. This book is a good read" (Virginia D. Melton, Associate in Criminal Justice, Prince George Community College, Maryland).
"The greatest book ever written, the Bible, depicts troubles the Nubians lived with. Since then, thousands of more books describe the terrorized horrors African American men endured and still endure. Now in 2021, my father writes his testament of the stories that took place in his life. The injustices that take place while breathing and being black must end! Shame the devil! Tell the truth! Hate must not win! If you ever get pulled over, it is your duty, to save your life!" (Lisa A. Vargas-Long, Bachelor of Science in Business, Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey).