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I Am The Darker Brother
     

I Am The Darker Brother

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by Eugene Williams Jr.
 

Eric Wilson is a young black man who has always thrived in predominantly white settings. A student at Capwell University, a prestigious Southern college, Eric enjoys the camaraderie he experiences as a member of Beta Phi Beta, an historically black fraternity. One day, during his senior year, he is involved in a discussion about race which forces him to analyze his

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Eric Wilson is a young black man who has always thrived in predominantly white settings. A student at Capwell University, a prestigious Southern college, Eric enjoys the camaraderie he experiences as a member of Beta Phi Beta, an historically black fraternity. One day, during his senior year, he is involved in a discussion about race which forces him to analyze his own prejudices and re-evaluate his relationship with his bi-racial girlfriend, Kara, and his friend, Don, the first and only white brother ever to be admitted to Capwell's chapter of Beta Phi Beta.

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ISBN-13:
9781413734126
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
12/18/2004
Pages:
78
Product dimensions:
0.19(w) x 9.00(h) x 6.00(d)

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I Am The Darker Brother 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is a very good book, it gives you the reader a in-depht look how it is in some white colleges for black kids. For this book i give Eugene 1,000,000 cool points, thats how many col points this book is worth
Guest More than 1 year ago
I Am The Darker Brother gives the reader an in-depth view of what life is like for Black kids at predominantly white colleges! It reaches beyond the stereotypes, and doesn't insult readers or African-Americans by giving a one-dimensional portrayal of Black males! It also proves that a novel can be under 250 pages and still speak volumes about the issue it was meant to address!! Kudos to Eugene Williams, Jr!