— Free copies are now available of “Reparations I: The Attorneys” – a full cast audio drama by a veteran XM/ Sirius producing partner —
Los Angeles, CA — In Reparations I: The Attorneys, a full cast audio drama with over 50 performers, researched and produced over 23 years, two African-American attorneys, best friends, find themselves opposing council in the reparations legal battle for the African-American Holocaust – over 400 years of: Slavery, apartheid and vast forms of discrimination and genocide – at the hands of the United States, while navigating the U.S. legal system and wrestling with the resulting personal turbulences in their lives.
At 15.5 hours, the length of a 22 week dramatic television series less commercials. It covers a year as the two dueling attorneys move to the trial’s commencement and gives unique views of long, complex paths to justice.
Reparations I: The Attorneys’ available FREE two ways:
It’s available FREE if you leave a review of Reparations I: The Attorneys on your newspaper be it Daily, Weekly, College, High School…magazine; blog; Newsletter, website…wherever. Please send a request to: Rep1USYancy@gmail.com (The supply’s limited so submit your request as soon as possible.)
About the Author
From 2003 – 2013, K. Anderson Yancy was a producing partner of XM/Sirius Satellite Radio, providing SonicMovies, premium audio content that sounds like movies to its Book Theater & Playboy’s Sexy Stories.
He’s written, adapted, directed, produced and performed in 300+ SonicMovies; been anthologized with John Grisham, Scott Turow, Erle Stanley Gardner and other authors of note in the Mammoth Book of Legal Thrillers, a #1 Bestseller in Australia and Bestseller in Europe; written countless long and short stories; appeared in commercials and ads for McDonald’s, Buick, …industrial videos; and written, directed, and shot several short films.
He’s earned degrees from Los Angeles Valley & City Colleges in broadcasting and film; and from Northwestern University, complements of the nation’s Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps, with majors in Economics and Naval Science. A Naval Officer, he earned a M.S. in Real Estate & Urban Development, at The American University; following the Navy, a Jurist Doctorate, from George Mason University School of Law.
K. Anderson Yancy