Souls of My Brothers by Candace Sandy
Black Men Break Their Silence, Tell Their Truths and Heal Their Spirits

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A genuine reflection of the everyday lives of Black men from all walks of life, Souls of My Brothers is an inspirational collection of first-person narratives that details the unique journey of the Black man as he struggles to define himself in society and in the world. Bringing together contributors who are powerful politicians and everyday heroes; the famous and the infamous; husbands, educators, bus drivers, teachers, and fathers, this assemblage of commentaries, including those by Isaac Hayes, Mayor Willie Brown, and Coolio, illustrate the issues that affect each of their lives. With raw honesty, the contributors share experiences only their brothers can truly understand—from sex to spirituality, family to justice, money to power—and work to collectively heal the spirit and awaken a better understanding of the Black men in all of our lives.

 

About Candace Sandy

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Dawn Marie Daniels was an editor for eight years at Simon & Schuster, where she worked on adult nonfiction such as Iyanla Vanzant's New York Times bestsellers In the Meantime and One Day My Soul Just Opened Up. Candace Sandy serves as the Communications Director for Congressman Gregory Meeks (D-NY). She was recently awarded the prestigious 40 Under 40 award for her civic and professional work for NBC. Dawn and Candace have also been honored with the 2002 Amazing Woman Award for their literary efforts.
 
Published August 26, 2003 by Plume. 432 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Self Help. Non-fiction

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In their follow-up to the Essence bestseller Souls of My Sisters, Daniels and Sandy gather contributions from black men--from actors, community organizers, party planners and ministers, from Coolio to

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In their follow-up to the Essence bestseller Souls of My Sisters, Daniels and Sandy gather contributions from black men--from actors, community organizers, party planners and ministers, from Coolio to

Aug 01 2003 | Read Full Review of Souls of My Brothers: Black M...

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