This book is a series of conversations with Emmanuel Acho, an African American man. Topics discussed include race, culture, and personal experiences. This book is designed to help people understand the black experience in America and promote dialogue about topics that are often considered uncomfortable.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the black experience in America. It can be used as a tool for promoting dialogue and understanding between people of different races and cultures.
- This book can help break down barriers and initiate discussion about difficult topics.
- The author’s personal experiences provide readers with a unique perspective.
- This book could be used in educational settings to promote understanding and empathy among students of different races/ethnicities.
- The book does not have any pictures.
- It can be difficult to read long paragraphs of text.
- Some readers may find the topics uncomfortable or offensive.
Learn more about the author
Emmanuel Acho is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and Harvard Law School. He played football for the Longhorns and was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in 2012. After retiring from professional football, Emmanuel began working as an attorney and later became a college football analyst on ESPN.
“This book is a refreshing and much needed addition to the body of work on race relations in America. It provides readers with an intimate glimpse into the thoughts and experiences of an African American man. I appreciate Mr. Acho’s willingness to have these difficult conversations and his dedication to promoting understanding and healing.”
“I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the black experience in America. The author’s frank and open discussion of sensitive topics will certainly help promote dialogue and broaden our collective understanding.”
“This is an extremely powerful book that should be read by everyone. It provides a unique perspective on race and culture in America that can help to break down barriers and promote understanding.”
“This book is an important conversation starter for all races. It provides readers with a unique perspective on the black experience in America and offers insight into the minds of African American men.”