Book Of The Week: Mis Education Of The Negro

Book Title: The Mis Education Of The Negro Author: Carter G. Woodson Pages: 215 Genre: Non-fiction, History, Race Published: First published 1933 Review: 4.8/5 Main Points Of The Book: 1- History shows that it does not matter who is in power or what revolutionary forces take over the government, those who have not learned toContinue reading “Book Of The Week: Mis Education Of The Negro”

Book Of The Week: Who Am I?: Self-Identity and Purpose

Book Title: Who Am I?: Self-Identity and Purpose Author: Kevin Munga Pages: 87 pages Genre: Biography, Practical and Motivational Published: 21 April 2020 Review: 4.5/5 “We are all running away from something or running towards something. Make sure you are running in the right direction (your purpose)” Main Points Of The Book: 1- Discipline isContinue reading “Book Of The Week: Who Am I?: Self-Identity and Purpose”

The Perfect Take: A Musician’s Guide to Happiness & Wellbeing

Book Title: The Perfect Take: A Musician’s Guide to Happiness & Wellbeing Author: Rory C. Morgan Genre: Self-help Subject: Music Blurb The Perfect Take: A Musician’s Guide to Happiness & Wellbeing was borne out of a desire to impact the younger generation. Rory C. Morgan, a rapper, a songwriter, an author, and an entrepreneur amidstContinue reading “The Perfect Take: A Musician’s Guide to Happiness & Wellbeing”

Book Of The Week: The Hate U Give

Book Title: The Hate You Give Author: Angie Thomas Genre: Young Adult Fiction Release Date: February 28, 2017 Book Length: 444 pages Publisher: Balzer + Bray Review: 4.5/5 “Sometimes you can do everything right and things will still go wrong. The key is to never stop doing right. Main points of the book: 1- RacismContinue reading “Book Of The Week: The Hate U Give”

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