When a Black Man Cries...His Pain Runs Deep

  • by Raymond Sturgis
  • Narrated by Trevor Clinger
  • 1 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

No one can deny that black men throughout the world have made tremendous strides in education, science, politics and economics. However, there are concerns that stymie the progress of millions of other black men dealing with marriage and relationships problems, joblessness and hopelessness. Many black men go to bed at night wondering if the world is going to continue holding two strikes against them as they try to support their children and families.
When a Black Man Cries, is a book where black men discuss valid concerns of the struggles in their lives, and how they found the strength through their tears to overcome them.
Weakness does not exist in a black man that cries, as When a Black Man Cries will illustrate, that these strong black men are fighting against forces that are sometimes more determined to defeat them.
In this book, many black men failed and succeeded, while other black men could not find the strength to overcome the problems that impede their roads to recovery.


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Customer Reviews

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This book helped me understand the BLM movement

If you could sum up When a Black Man Cries...His Pain Runs Deep in three words, what would they be?

Extremely eye opening

What was one of the most memorable moments of When a Black Man Cries...His Pain Runs Deep?

The deep, heart-moving poems.

Which character – as performed by Trevor Clinger – was your favorite?

He read a lot of stories from different people around the U.S. about racism and many other heated topics.

If you could give When a Black Man Cries...His Pain Runs Deep a new subtitle, what would it be?

The reality of what a black man goes through.

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- Ntussia

Great view on the racism that's faced in the USA

I have been looking for an honest and a to the point book that explains the black movement. Whether we like it or not, racism is still alive in America, and these books are important to help keep the movement of ending racism alive!
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- peggy

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-15-2016
  • Publisher: Sturgis Publications