“Emancipation of Limits” Richie, a visionary and an entrepreneur, returned to Chicago to help build businesses in the black communities

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Richie, a visionary and an entrepreneur, returned to Chicago to help build businesses in the black communities. He provided better opportunities for his people by recreating the success of Black Wall Street using profits from the drug trade. Richie planned to exit the game once he felt the communities could flourish without his assistance.

However, his connection takes extreme measures to solidify Richie’s ties to the business. Richie’s ability to adapt to any situation is tested by the unpredictability of the violence of the game, which leaves him vulnerable and pressured to stay the course. To add to his already difficult situation, an opposing crime organization and Chicago’s deadliest gangs aim to knock him off his path toward emancipating his people from society’s controlling influences.

Can Richie overcome the obstacles and roadblocks placed before him? Or will he and his team fall victim to the streets, sending their revolutionary plans up in a blaze?
A. Paj Turner, born in 1971, was raised on the South Side of Chicago, where he resided until joining the Military at nineteen years old. After 28 years of faithful service in both the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Army, Turner retired honorably and went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management. As a trailblazer, he is the first African-American to achieve the rank of Chief Warrant Officer Five in the U.S. Army Transportation Corps. Pinned as an awesome storyteller by his two daughters, Turner has the ability to captivate his audience by transforming them into a fly on the wall as they witness his stories unfold.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, he started writing to occupy his mind and his time, and now it’s his passion. He is currently living in Tampa, Fl, and he often visits his immediate family who still resides in Chicago

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