Critiques of Sabir Ali "message for a black son" is a book comprised of twenty-one letters that the author writes to his children where he discusses such topics as "life", "purpose", "love", "relationships", "racism", "segregation" and many other topics that are reflective of his experiences in America and the greater world. The author offers to his children and the reader a view of the world through his eyes, but to his children he gives them the benefit of his successes, as well as, his misfortunes as an example of "how to" and "how not to" maneuver through life. The "Critiques" are an example of a father's love and quest to prepare his children for the future in a world full of uncertainty. Explore the world through the eyes and the mind of the author of Critiques of Sabir Ali "message for a black son".
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Published September 1, 2007
Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality, Parenting & Relationships, History.