No Love, No Charity: the Success of the 19th Child is the debut book by Paul Lamar Hunter. Paul discusses his life, his upbringing, his parents and his life as the 19th child. The book brings to life his determination and his will to succeed despite the odds stacked against him. His lineage hails from the southern state of Mississippi, a state where oppression kept African Americans in bondage for decades.
As the 19th child of 21, Paul focus is his mother and her success as an overseer of a local homeless shelter. The shelter becomes a place where people receive shelter, yet they run in to issues that equate to hardship, disappointment and neglect. In a family of 21 children, it was hard for Paul to digest his family’s inadequacies, so he proceeds to develop into a scholar, and eventually becomes the first in his family to graduate from college and is now living proof that 19 is the new 21!
Paul is on a mission to tell his story around the world. As an African American male, Paul’s book is a must read for young men in inner cities and educators to take heed and become acquainted with a man that has walked in their shoes. Paul is currently on a book tour where you may see him being interviewed on local and national talk shows.