Carson, CA (BlackNews.com) — In 2006, Dr. John Hamilton released The Little Black Man’s Book: 10 Strategies To Help, To Discipline, and To Uplift the African American Man-child. This monumental mini-book filled a gap needed to assist parents (especially single female parents) to reach their African American man-child.
After eight years, Dr. Hamilton has decided to revisit The Little Black Man’s Book with a second edition. However, in the second edition, he has given the title a facelift revealing The Little Black Man’s Book: To Help, To Discipline, and To Uplift the African American Man-child. In addition to the mini-book’s title facelift, he has enlisted the assistance from retired Los Angeles Police Department Officer, Lloyd Scott. This mini-book discusses everything from “Building Structure”, “Male Role Models”, “Hip-hop”, “Priority of Education” to “Interaction/Engagement With Law Enforcement”.
The Little Black Man’s Book is timely, because of all the racial aggressions and micro-aggressions African American young men have faced and continue to face from Trayvon Martin to Freddie Gray.
The purpose of The Little Black Man’s Book is for parents, caretakers, educators and mentors to use the guides within the mini-book to assist with molding their man-child into a responsible and productive man. Moreover, this mini-book assists parents to help their man-child focus on creating a positive mindset, reframing negative issues, and promoting high expectations. The Little Black Man’s Book reaches out to the single female parent, who needs guidance, assistance, and the will to reclaim her man-child or foster solutions to keep him on the straight and narrow.
This is an excellent resource for parents; schools; parent educators; parent advocacy groups, mentor programs; youth groups; Upward Bound; and any TRIO programs.
What are people saying about The Little Black Man’s Book?
“The Little Black Man’s Book allows me to be interactive with my man-child through dialogue.” — Single-Female Parent
“At last, a guide for single parents – especially single female parents as well as educators filled with easily accessible information on connecting with young African American males.” — Master Teacher
To place immediate orders for the book, a book signing, and/or interview contact:
Hamilton & Associates Consulting
PO Box 2627
Gardena, CA 90247
Books available via Hard Copy:
Hamilton & Associates