NEW YORK -- Benjamin Egbuna, who has over 20 years experience working with prison detainees in New York, presents A LETTER TO MY SON - a new book on public safety.
"It’s all about you, and your safety. It’s a how to, and what not to do. An excellent pocket book," he says.
In this straight-to-the-point letter, Mr. Egbuna manages to get the reader to think, to feel, and equally to get their imagination to go places.
* Have you ever been stopped, and frisked? Find out why.
* Find out why Black folks can never be called racists.
* Find out why those white folks who hate, do so.
* Find out who the endangered species is.
The book also answers:
* Do you think we are tolerated instead of celebrated when we have earned such a status?
* How come we are castigated, and vilified even when we have done outstandingly well?
* How true is it that they want to see us, but don’t want to hear us?
* Is a certain degree of paranoia important for survival as a Black, or White person in America?
* Too many innocent young Black men have been cut down, and the question is, why?
The book, A LETTER TO MY SON, can be read in just 15 minutes.
Egbuna comments, "Get enmeshed as you open up your mind to asking questions on what is going on in the way we are living today. Stay on top of things. Get smart. Always be the wiser one."
NOTE: The book can be purchased at www.Beescon-Books.comor by calling 800-461-8149. There is a 30-day money back guarantee.