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A Black Man’s Pain by Teresa M. Browning

Ervin is the typical young boy born as a bastard child that finds himself unwanted and unloved by those closest to him. Rejected at birth, his only hope at unconditional love was from his grandparents who take and raise him as their own. After a few years of pure happiness, Ervin’s estranged mother Molly decides

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The Tale of Two Americas by Anthony L. Hubbard

Providing an educational environment that will work extremely well for Boys of Color can be a great challenge especially when they enter the transition to high school/college and career. This book was written to discuss promising practices and evaluate existing models that specialize in the education of these young men. To buy this book, please

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