"How naive was I to think the country I protected would protect me." 

Carlos  Martin

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"One reason it took so long to write A War on Friendly Grounds is because of fear and PTSD. Honestly, I was hurt, depressed, and had anxiety. I didn't believe people wanted to hear what I had to say. There is a war on friendly grounds in America and we are all losing the battle."   

                                          -Carlos Martin

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Carlos Martin unapologetically tells you his story, and at the end of the book ask some very powerful questions, that I intend to try and answer in my everyday life.

-Bruce Bravo

(Criminal Justice Scholar)

This one of a kind book is written by a servant leader who refuses to be a victim. The story in this book is gut wrenching and ugly, but fortunately it must be told.

-Les Brown, Jr.

(Emmy Award-Winning Speaker)

This book initiated a powerful dialogue given the current political climate around police brutality. I applaud Carlos for being vulnerable and sharing his truth.

-Ashli Auguillard

(TV actress)

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AWARONFRIENDLYGROUNDS

"What makes a rainbow beautiful? Is it not the diversity of colors? If that is true, do you think mankind's kryptonite is making one color better than the next, and if that happens, is it still a rainbow?"

-Carlos Martin (pg. 133)

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