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Publisher's Summary

New York Times best-selling, award-winning author, actor, and motivational speaker Hill Harper invites listeners to join the conversation about the breakdown of the African-American family. The black community of past generations found strength in families, but today’s black children have less than a one in three chance of being raised in a two-parent household. Harper’s search for answers to this phenomenon is an enlightening and empowering journey.
©2009 Hill Harper (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
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5 out of 5 stars
By Nevada on 08-13-10

~*AWESOME*~

Until this day I wanna know if Hill is still with the love he finds in the book. I took great notes that I will incorporate in my own life.

I had friends that actually had a dinner party about "The Conversation". A male/female married/single/divorced/engaged forum. It is awesome to listen to others perspectives on subjects that are a matter of the heart.

Great book excellent easy read.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Lise on 05-13-10

Thought provoking subject matter...

Harper's words show a depth of character, a desire for personal growth and a willingness to analyze both the personal and larger landscape that is our relationships. I highly recommend this book if you are serious about building loving relationships that will empower us on a personal leve, and indeed, the larger African American community. Kudos to Hill Harper for his magnificent work, I'm a new fan.

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