For We Are Strangers
For We Are Strangers is a seemingly divine book seen through the eyes of one man in spite of the fact that it was man’s misinterpretation of God’s word pertaining to women to justify their mistreatment. Woodberry’s extensive study of the religions on this planet provides proof that women got a raw deal and that men have antagonized the sexes out of sync until we have become virtual strangers to each other. For We Are Strangers is a challenge to other men to embrace women as equals, thus ending the centuries old estrangement between man and woman…woman and man. Above all, For We Are Strangers is a book about love…love between man and woman…woman and man.
About Warren Woodberry (Toledo, Ohio Author)
Warren Woodberry started his book For We Are Strangers while living in New Orleans, LA. The book began in 1977 as a few pages, but it soon grew a life of it's own as his research began to chronicle a long history of the distortion of the value and history of women. In disbelief, Warren researched thousands of years of distortion and man made interpretation of women’s role as the few pages then grew into a 295 page book, just a million pages short of the real story of the mistreatment of women.
Warren was born in Ohio and lived in the Caribbean on the island of Antigua/Barbuda for 20 years before returning to the USA in September 2001. He now lives with his wife Yolanda in Toledo, Ohio. In Antigua, Warren was a journalist and wrote for several local newspapers, his columns have been read throughout the Caribbean. Warren has been invited as a speaker on women’s panels in Florida at the Bethune- Cookman College, The University of Toledo, and at various book clubs in Toledo Ohio.