From One Brother to Another: Voices of African American Men
Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr.
Judson Press, Dec 1, 2002 - Religion - 272 pages
As featured in Ebony magazine! This follow-up volume to the best-selling From One Brother to Another reflects the thoughts, hopes, and dreams of African American men from a variety of fields. Renowned pastor and preacher Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. has gathered reflections on such themes as unity, peace, justice, faith, liberation, family, responsibility, perseverance, hope, and diversity. Men of all ages and socioeconomic levels ponder the issues of the day and share lessons learned, while offering messages of encouragement and inspiration to people of all races.
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