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Davis ThulaniIn the absence of the large social movements that helped at least one generation of Americans to find themselves, uplift now seems to come more through individual rebirth. Zook's book has a place among others in this school, such as works by Haki Madhubhuti and Kevin Powell on African American men. They are asking us to confront the tragic effects and damage being suffered in black communities, even if their causes lie outside.
— The Washington Post