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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Dynamic Duo Provide Blueprint For Building Strong Black Men

— Must-Read Book Poised To Alter The Narrative On Black Males —

Facing Our Future

Atlanta, GA — A licensed professional counselor and a veteran educator and life coach have come together to provide a solutions-focused book aimed at improving life outcomes for young black men.

Facing Our Future: Building Strong Black Men In The Twenty-First Century is a call-to-action and no-nonsense approach to the personal growth and development of black men and boys.

Co-authors Jeremiah Hopes and Zack Reynolds, Jr. say there is no middle ground or straddling of the fence: one is either part of the problem or part of the solution. Within the pages of this book readers will discover The Essentials of Manhood, Strategies of Engagement for The Visible and Invisible Father, and The Importance Of Black Men Mentoring Black Boys.

Answers to questions such as “Are Black Boys Brilliant Or Broken?” and “What If I Can’t Dribble, Dunk, Run, Or Rap?” are among the many engaging topics addressed. The infectious passion and candor of Hopes and Reynolds is on full display as they share strategies for implementing rights of passage activities, the need for culturally relevant educators, how to overcome barriers to college and career success, and how to build and nurture relationships. Each chapter concludes with thought-provoking questions propelling the reader to action.

Real Models Publishing, a joint venture between Hopes and Reynolds, released Facing Our Future on May 21, 2015. It is available on Amazon and
can also be purchased at www.facingourfuture.com.

For more information about Facing Our Future or to schedule an interview with the authors, please call or email: info@facingourfuture.com.


About the Book:
Facing Our Future: Building Strong Black Men In The Twenty-First Century
By Jeremiah Hopes and Zack Reynolds, Jr.
Publisher: Real Models Publishing
Paperback: 176 pages
ISBN–10: 0-9861405-0-3
ISBN–13: 978-0-9861405-0-1


Real Models Publishing
(404) 913-9177 or (706) 530-0452

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