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“The Talk” – Elements of The Black Parents’ Talk: A Critical Set of Commonsense Life Lessons and Generational Conversation Topics for the Survival of Black Youth and Black Men in America

the black parents’ formal talk about safety in the community

I am currently reading this ebook “The Talk” – Elements of The Black Parents’ Talk: A Critical Set of Commonsense Life Lessons and Generational Conversation Topics for the Survival of Black Youth and Black Men in America” co-written by Kevin L. and Charles J. Desmangles. After reading about it online, I looked for it and found it on amazon.com.

Here is its review: ““The Talk” – Elements of the Black Parents’ Talk: A Critical Set of Commonsense Life Lessons and Generational Conversation Topics for the Survival of People of Color, Black Youth, and Black Men in America” provides you with an overview and insight into this rite of passage for most Black parents. When is it appropriate to tell their Black youth about it is in the real world, the impact of and the struggle against racism, discrimination, and hatred…?

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