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e r s i o n,
a n d F i l m. . .
Julius "Dr.J" Erving,
Dr. Ben Carson,
and many others, this unique book exposes racist distortions of African achievements, analyzes examples of African American success stories, and
offers a process for individual healing and cross-cultural understanding. Truth-centric. Co-written by
Don Griffin and Dr. Joel Freeman, this gripping book is a
must-read for anyone with the courage to know the truth.
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Below is the
transcription of a 4-page letter hand-written by a young from Florida.
This is just one example of the impact the book is having on readers:
Return To Glory --
My name is Patrick. I am 22 years old. I heard about this book
from a guy I barely knew at work. I donít usually read but for
some reason that title, ďReturn To GloryĒ stuck in my head.
10 months later I finally bought the book. I was hooked. I
intended on reading a few words. Honestly, didnít expect to
finish the book. I figured I would get bored after a few
I picked the book up, I couldnít put it down. Chapter after
chapter I felt like I was being reborn. After reading the book I feel like Iíve been
lost for all these years and walking in the dark, but finally
see a spark of light.
can say that I lost faith in the Great Warrior. But this book
has encouraged me to re-invite Him back into my life. Like a
domino effect or ďSiroccoĒ effect, I feel like Iím
starting to see and notice more signs encouraging me to keep
moving. Not to be stagnant but to grow, live and learn.
donít have a role model and never had one as a young boy. My
mother, bless her heart, no matter how hard she tried could not
give me that model or what a man and who a man was.
I heard was that my father ainít shit. And all I seen were her
boyfriends beating her up, beating on her. See there was really
no positive to being a man but feeling that I was destined to be
nothing more than waste.
just wanna say that now Iím a young man that wants to stand on
my own two feet. But lacking for a lot more inspiration and
information on how I can learn to be comfortable in my own skin.
I tend to fear the unknown, scared of the dark and I just need
something to show me that regardless of my environment and how I
was programmed. My father was weak, not because he was weak in
the mind, but in the flesh. But I realize that I am already
blessed. Instead of worrying about what I donít have I see
that I need to be thankful for what I do have (mother and family
built barriers around myself to protect myself from the world
and to keep everything out. But not knowingly blocking my
blessing along with everything else. Now I see I am a prisoner
in my own mind because the walls I have to keep everything out
is also keeping me in, preventing me to explore, learn, grow,
feel and most importantly fly. I want to kiss the sky.
book has shown me that I have wings and they have a purpose. I
want to say that Iím not educated, but I truly canít say
that. I still need more because even though this book has
sparked my interest it still hasnít moved me. I need much
more. My walls are still thick and strong to break through may
take a lifetime. But I donít care. Iíll put forth the
effort. I just hope you can point me in the right direction with
The book (Return To Glory), its 4-CD Audio Book
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