Rites of Passage for the Young Black Male in America
The Rites of Passage for the Young Black Male in America is part of a movement to assist the black neighborhoods across the U.S. in community building that starts with the young black male as an integral component.
We now know that we must start as early as ten years of age with the training and building. We as a people must begin to re-learn and acknowledge our African roots to our children. Then hand off the torch to each and every boy so that he can take his rightful place in his community and his world.
About the Author
Li'a Petrone is a certified teacher for 22 years in the field of biology and chemistry. She is a three-time published cookbook author, former cooking show host, and her work in the field of science was published in Science Voyages textbook 2001. She is an artist and painter.
CEO of Li'a Petrone Arts and Humanities is her way of continuing to assist students in furthering their education. Writing as Li'a Petrone, she works as liberator and restorer of Afrikan American youth. The education of our youth is vitally important to our culture, which has almost disappeared to the so-called Afrikan American. The so-called Afrikan American has his/her roots in Afrika. However, few know the characteristics of our culture from the Afrikan perspective.
"Afrika is who you are and from where you originate. Apartheid was about keeping you from your homeland and its abundance of wealth as well as your relatives in Afrika from the resources that surround them even now.
Published by: College Boy Publishing
Sep 27 2015
1944110135 / 9781944110130
US Trade Paper
5.5" x 8.5"
Black and White
Juvenile Nonfiction / Social Issues / Self-Esteem & Self-Reliance