What Black Men Should Do Now: 100 Simple Truths, Ideas, and Concepts

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2002 - Social Science - 205 pages
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Foreword by Tavis Smiley From health, religion and education to relationships, family and career, this life-affirming book offfers practical, plain-talking advice for men, whether 18 or 80, for living a fulfilling, successful life. Each subject is introduced with quotes, anecdotes and words of encouragement, followed by bulleted actions that readers can put to immediate use, helping them to be the best men they can be.

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Accentchuate the positive
Dont be an angry black man
Have the courage to cry when you are sad

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Oglesby, a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the founder of the Atlanta-based group BROTHERS, is a public-relations specialist and writer.

Tavis Smiley is a nationally known intellectual, activist, political commentator, entrepreneur, and radio and television personality. He founded the ground-breaking and historic State of the Black Union series. Mr. Smiley has authored several best-selling books, including "The Covenant" and "The Covenant in Action".

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