Newly published Co-Author Malik Muhammad, Founder of Malik Books and Book Activist will be discussing and signing his chapter from Devastation to Elevation. Malik Muhammad reveals personal and intimate details about being a black man in American. Also, joining the meet and greet booksigning event are co-authors Dr Ryeal Simms, Cornell Ward and Kendre Berry.
The Heart of a Black Man: Inspiring Stories of Triumph and Resilience is a compelling anthology of stories that provides a resounding voice to the experiences of Black men. Signing is Co-Author Malik Muhammad, Dr Ryeal Simms, Cornell Ward and Kendre Berry.
Come out and meet 4 black men sharing their personal stories of resilience, perseverance, and triumph.
The Heart of a Black Man: Inspiring Stories of Triumph and Resilience is a compelling anthology of stories that provides a resounding voice to the experiences of Black men who have faced significant adversity. Throughout history, systemic injustices, racism, and discrimination have resulted in a range of obstacles that have impacted the lives and well-being of Black men. The Heart of a Black Man offers a message of hope, and empowerment and shares the personal stories of resilience, perseverance, and triumph of black men from the United States and other international cities, including London, Jamaica, and the Bahamas. Readers can gain insight into the struggles and victories that have shaped the lives of Black men. Anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the experiences of Black men and the strength that resides within their hearts should read this book.
Malik Muhammad Bio
Born in DC and a graduate of USC, Malik Muhammad is a former 1984 Olympian in track and field and a youth development sprint coach that set national records. As a mortgage consultant, he has helped hundreds of people become homeowners. Malik is also the VP of the Crusader Praise Scott Scholarship Fund and is, first and foremost, a book activist. Since 1990, as the founder and co-owner of Malik Books, he has given voice to the voiceless.