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This book takes a look at the current state of minorities in America through the lens of the past, present and the future and offers some perspectives on the current state of affairs. We examine causes and effects and touch on the responsibility of individuals, parents, government and of course society at large. We take a critical look at the paths young people take, why they take such paths and the missteps, and any corrective actions that those of influence can take to help them along the way. We all have a collective responsibility, in this critical analysis, this book forces us to look at our own role, it encourages us to own our roles and to contribute to the well-being of our fellow human citizens.
About the Author
Debbie Adadevoh has been married to her husband, Kodjo Adadevoh for over 20 years. They have three boys. Debbie has a BA in Journalism and an MA in Mass Communication from Penn State University. Debbie currently works for a non-profit social organization in New Jersey. Debbie enjoys mentoring and guiding young people through challenges and helping them to set goals in order to realize their own potential. Debbie believes that many of our youth are simply looking for someone to encourage them to believe in themselves. Kodjo Adadevoh has a BS in Chemistry, an MBA and an MS in Biochemistry from Johns Hopkins University. Kodjo works for a major Pharmaceutical company in New Jersey. He is a published author who enjoys freelance writing, blogging and writing competitions. Kodjo believes that mentoring young people is an important responsibility which he takes very seriously.