The ghetto solution

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WRS Pub., 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 187 pages
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An intimate look into why many African American men lead lives of self-inflicted pain, drug addiction, and incarceration--from the creator of the SIMBA program, a "rites of passage" manhood training program which has the potential to become the nation's foremost solution to the downward spiral that entraps ghetto inhabitants. Photos.

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The echoes of Malcolm X, Gandhi, and Martin Luther King reverberate throughout this inspiring account of the author's efforts to improve the welfare of the African American community. Seeking to ... Read full review

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African American Thought
89
Lifework
105
Power
119
Copyright

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