Calling upon the author's experience as a youth counselor and prison volunteer, this inspiring work offers a challenging portrayal of black men and the contemporary obstacles they face in American society. With a message that calls equally for communal empathy and individual growth, this assessment of the plight of black men views them in relation to today's most controversial topics (the prison system, drugs, education, and parenting), empowering the academic, social worker, minister, and interested reader.
Michael Curtis Jones
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