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Barack Obama s historic rise is as much about you and me, as it is about him. Our deepest fears, personal struggles and the adversity that we have faced as African American males, undoubtedly make us more alike than you d ever realize. However, to find where the differences lie, all you need to do is look at the drive, determination and vision that has helped Barack attain numerous accomplishments throughout his life. The same potential for greatness lies within us all, but unfortunately, many of us allow our vision to become cloudy before eventually succumbing to the stresses of the streets. Undoubtedly, this book will inspire you to diligently pursue all of your goals, and obtain success without sacrificing your self respect or dignity in the process. You are the embodiment of the change and hope that has always inspired our race and fueled our drive to achieve great things. Yes You Can! Believe it or not, I can honestly say that I already see the Barack in you. Now I just need you to see it in yourself.
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Moses Miller is an award winning author, journalist, literacy advocate and co-founder of Mind Candy, LLC, a company focused on book publishing and creative screenplay development. A native New Yorker, Moses exhibits the uncanny ability to capture the pulse of the streets with intelligence, strong character development and well thought out storylines. Moses has contributed articles and written for various websites and publications including AALBC.com, The Voice, Newsday, The NE Informer, 88HIPHOP.com and F.E.D.S. Magazine. He holds a Bachelors degree in Business Management and a Masters of Science degree in Technology Management. His first novel, Nan: The Trifling Times of Nathan Jones has received various awards and critical acclaim from critics, readers and book clubs around the world. In addition, he has also penned the F.E.D.S. magazine novel, Once Upon a Time in Harlem, as well as the second installment in the Nan saga titled The Game of Trife.Review:
Moses Miller's The Barack In Me shows his compassion for young black males and his desire to give them information that is both positive and relatable on a personal level. Instead of preaching while wagging his finger in the reader's face, Miller uses The Barack In Me to sit down beside his reader and teach from his heart. A mixture of current events and universal struggles, this book toggles between essays and short stories that provide lessons that can help guide young men into a maturity that can benefit himself, his family and his legacy in history. The Barack In Me is a perfect gift for any young man who you think would benefit from wise words from a wise man. --Joey Pinkney (Journalist & Book Reviewer) JoeyPinkney.com/UrbanBookSource.com
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