Marion S. Lewis's New Book 'If You Don't Stand Up for What You Believe In, You Will Fall for Anything' is a Tale of Perseverance in the Face of Insurmountable Adversity.
WESLEY CHAPEL, Fla., November 13, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Marion S. Lewis, a retired law enforcement officer with the Tampa Police Department, has completed his most recent book “If You Don’t Stand Up For What You Believe In, You Will Fall For Anything: City of Tampa Florida Vs Marion S. Lewis”: a riveting and powerful story of a black man who had to take a grievous injustice to the Florida Supreme Court to retain what was always lawfully his.
Published by Fulton Books, Marion S. Lewis’s book tells the true story that details a long journey to correct an injustice. The narrative depicts a young man that came from humble beginnings and realized his dream of becoming a policeman in his hometown. He then worked tirelessly to create a trusting atmosphere between the police and the black community.
Suddenly, the city ousted him from the police job that he held most of his adult life. The sole reason for the city’s action was his qualifying to run for the office of mayor. This injustice traveled all the way to the Supreme Court of Florida with an outcome that changed the political landscape for law enforcement officers in Florida who wanted to seek political office.
Readers who wish to experience this thought provoking work can purchase “If You Don’t Stand Up For What You Believe In, You Will Fall For Anything: City of Tampa Florida Vs Marion S. Lewis” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books