Astonishing, tear-jerking, and thought provoking! The Janitor's Sons is a chilling and extraordinary inside look at urban life in America, and its suburban contrast. Gregory Collier tells the incredible true story of two brothers raised amongst the broad spectrum of social classes in Detroit, Michigan, and its posh suburbs. It is a story of agony and ecstasy, crime and punishment, and choices that can impact one's entire life. Somewhere in America is a young black male capable of becoming president of the United States, or anything he desires. However, in an era when a college education is more important than ever, he might not graduate from high school. With The Janitor's Sons, Gregory Collier draws a line in the sand and declares, "black males must not fail in school or in life - America is too important!" The Janitor's Sons is part of The Collier Project to help young black males achieve at high levels. However, anyone who reads this book will be inspired and benefit. In fact, for anyone who wants to achieve at the highest levels, The Janitor's Sons is your road map. If black males fail to improve upon many negative trends, America is in jeopardy. We are all in this together; we are inextricably linked! God help us all!
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About the Author
Gregory Collier is a business leader, investor, analyst, and author. He built his professional foundation in the capital markets in New York City. His goal is for everyone to participate in the capital markets, and navigate the markets with knowledge, skill, and appropriate risk management. Mr. Collier has a commitment to success, and sharing his success with others and his community. He knew from an early age growing up in Detroit, Michigan, that by building upon his own drive, determination and irrepressible optimism, he could help create wealth for all, not just the privileged. His life and business strategies have empowered countless people, and helped many of the world's leading organizations solve critical business problems.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book should be required reading for all young black males. I particularly like the life lessons Mr. Collier teaches (especially on dealing with adversity).