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Straight Talk on Tough Topics

Book Description
Tough topics. They stare young adults in the face every day. Racism. Crack cocaine. Babies having babies. Gansta rappers glorifying mindless violence and loveless sex. These are just a few of the pieces of a shattered society--pieces sharp enough to cut the young people you work with. Reverend Chris Jackson knows about the touch topics youth face. For over a decade, he's helped young African-Ameri... More
Book Information
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages128
Publication Date08/19/1996
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About Chris Jackson (Author) : Chris Jackson is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Chris Jackson include Gaggle Sisters Sing Again, The (The Gaggle Sisters), Gaggle Sisters R... more
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