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Reclaiming Black Manhood: a guide to healing, growth and personal power

by Aaron Counts and Larry Evans

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0977477401, Paperback)

We all know the statistics: shortened life expectancy, higher incarceration rates, increased unemployment, poor school performance... Since being introduced to this country, black men have lacked a positive definition of manhood that is afforded by a generations-old sense of culture. In absence of that culture here in America, we have accepted some definitions of manhood that lead to our demise rather than our strength. In order to thrive, we have to recognize the sources of those definitions and take responsibility for changing them in our own lives. Reclaiming Black Manhood is designed for those young (and older) black men who are tired of the madness and are ready for a change.

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