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Reaching Up for Manhood: Transforming the Lives of Boys in America

by Geoffrey Canada

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Jonathan Kozol referred to the author as "...one of the best friends children have, or ever will have, in our nation." This simply told told story uses true experiences from the Canada's own life to help explore the dangers and possibilities, which today's male youth face.
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From "the role model . . . the brother who never left the 'hood because he keeps looking into the faces of the children and seeing himself there" (Patricia Smith, "The Boston Globe") comes a new book that provides powerful new insights into the lives of boys in America today.

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