Yo, Little Brother . . . Volume II: Basic Rules of Survival for Young African American Males (Paperback)
Aiming to increase the fortune of today’s young African American male by helping him overcome obstacles such as racial profiling and incarceration, this book provides 100 new helpful techniques and strategies for adolescents. Advice on a variety of topics—including street smarts, driving, friends, education, emotional development, cultural differences, money, and health—will guide teachers and parents in leading youth to safety and success.
About the Author
Anthony Davis has been a special education teacher with the Philadelphia School District for more than 20 years. Jeffrey Jackson is the director of the Harriet Tubman Home, a youth agency and day treatment center. They both live in Philadelphia.