The Top 6 Reads for Every HBCU Grad

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With so many books out there to read, it’s difficult to find one that may actually help us graduates walk into our purpose intentionally. These are some of the books that myself and my editors think would be great to help us understand our roots, the keys to walk into our success, and how to go about doing all of these things the right way. These books can be found on amazon or in your local bookstore. Let me know what you think if you read one of them-I’m sure you will laugh, cry, and refocus your attention towards being the best you possible!

1.) Between The World and Me

It is written as a letter to the author’s teenaged son about the feelings, symbolism, and realities associated with being black in the United States.
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2.) The Five People You Meet In Heaven 

Product DetailsThis book is ideal for that graduate who is having a tough time figuring out what their purpose is!

 

 

 

3.)The Miseducation of the Negro

A must read for all ethnicities. This book describes what it is like to live in America as an African American. What is predicted to happen and how we can respond to all that has gone in this world.

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4.) The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream

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This is the president’s latest book. He discusses the changing of politics and our civil life. It would be ideal for that grad who is into knowing who their president is, what he represents, and how he thinks.

 

 

 

5.) Act Like A Success, Think like A Success: Discovering Your Gift and The Way to Life’s Riches

Product Details This book is ideal for that individual who is trying to figure out what their gifts are and how to use them, not solely for monetary gain but for a fulfilling life.

 

 

6.) The Dream Team

Product DetailsAhhhh! An amazing book that is tailor-made for people of all ages in discovering who their dream team is and how to identify who’s who in your circle.

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