Yo, Little Brother .: Basic Rules of Survival for Young African American Males
|Rating||:||4.70 (579 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||145 Pages|
A veteran of 20 years as a special education teacher with the Philadelphia School District. Davis is a graduate of Hampton University with a B.A. . About the Author Anthony C. in mass communications arts and a certification in special education from Antioch University
Advice to help guide the African-American male and increase his chance of success in today’s society.
M. Mendenhall said My Students Responded to this Book. I teach in a public high school serving students who haven't been successful in the larger schools of our district. I had occasion to purchase this book when I got a class with a plurality of young African American males. They agreed that the father is the key component missing from their own and their peers' lives. This book offers sound advice in an easy to read and straightforward manner. One of my students who read it probably hasn't read a book in years. He took this one home with him on weekends.. WichacpiHoskila said WOW, this book is goodand I'm not Black!. I bought this book to be passed around the Adolescent crisis center where I work. It's an INSTANT hit, with guys even coming up to me to remark, "this book is cool!" It's easy-to-read, with large text and each page dedicated to a single idea. The advice is honorable and the writing style is classy. The authors aren't shy about any subject, and they give advice to young men that is genuinely significant. It takes its readers seriously, doesn't "preach" or come off like a scold-in-disguise. Now to find a corresponding book for females. A Customer said A great read if you want to help your adolescent son grow.. I purchased the book for my adolescent son to read. My hope was that he might find some helpful hints on how to deal with his everyday life situations. What I found was an opportunity to communicate with him in a way that had here-to-fore been impossible. We began to really talk to each other about life and death, about different situations he would face in the world, in this country, in the neighborhood and in the home. We talked about how his responses to them would determine the kind of man he would become, the kind of life he would live. The book poses many real life situations that young Black men are
. A veteran of 20 years as a special education teacher with the Philadelphia School District. Anthony C. Davis is a graduate of Hampton University with a B.A. in mass communications arts and a certification in special education from Antioch University