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Sob : Save Our Brothers: Let's Stopthe Destruction of the Black Male

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In his fourth and final book of the "Strengthening The Black Community" series, Pierre D. Perry takes an in-depth look into the destruction of the black male. As a 26-year-veteran of the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, Perry knows a little something about the plight of the black male. He believes that the black male is the root of that which is mostly wrong in the black community, and if we can correct the black male, we can correct the majority of the problems in the black community. Please join Mr. Perry as he takes on his toughest task yet in his quest to save our brothers by seeking to find the answers to these questions: Are black fathers the difference maker? Are black mothers ruining our sons? Education or incarceration, which is more important to the black male? What's the relationship between law enforcement and the black male? How do we stop the spread of HIV in the black community? And why are so many black males joining gangs? Once again, Perry went straight to the black community, law enforcement, educators, and others seeking answers. After all is said and done, he hopes to strengthen the black community by strengthening the black male.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 9mm | 222g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507575408
  • 9781507575406

About Pierre D Perry

Pierre D. Perry is a US Navy veteran and a 26-year veteran of the North Carolina Department of Public Safety. He is the author of 12 collections of poetry and the "Strengthening The Black Community Series." He is also the founder of PDP Publishing and 4USBOOKS. Mr. Perry currently resides in North Carolina, where he is always working on new material. And he is the proud father of two beautiful daughters.show more