Reading List

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In my sessions with young people I always encourage them to pick up a book and read.  Reading is important and can help with self development.  I truly believe knowledge is power.  I will be adding books that I have read and books that I plan to read.  New books will be added every forth night.

Jonah Berger – Contagious

S.J Watson – Before I go to sleep

chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – Half of  a yellow sun

 Paulo Coelho– The Alchemist

George the Poet – Search Party

Robyn Travis – Prisoner to the streets

George G.M James – Stolen Legacy

Tim Wise – White Like Me

The Appeal – David Walker

Beyond Good And Evil – Friedrich Nietzsche

Pablo Neruda – Memoirs

The Autobiography Of Leroi Jones –Leroi Jones/Amiri Baraka

Spirit Level, Why equality is better for everyone by Richard Wilkinson & Kate Pickett

Injustice, Why social inequality persists by Danny Dorling

Brainwashes by Tom Burrell

One Blood by John Heale

Windrush by Mike & Trevor Philllips

Out of the Ashes by David Lammy

From the Browder files by Anthony T Browder

Rich dad poor dad by Robert Kiyosaki

32 ways to Champion in Business by Earvin Magic Johnson

Philosophy and opinions of Marcus Gavey by Marcus Gavey

The miseducation of a Negro by Carter G. Woodsen

Developmental psychology of a  black child by Amos Wilson

The Structural transformation of the public sphere by Jurgen Habermas

How to practice a meaningful life by Dalai Lama

My Nigeria by Peter Cunliffe-Jones

Tattoos on the heart by Father Gregory Boyle

Issues of Life by Dele Osunsami

Save the Cat by Blake Snyder

Nnewi History by C.N  Ugochukwu

Finding Fish by Antoine Fisher

 Propaganda Bernays, Edward L

Think and Grow Rich: The Original Classic Napoleon Hill

Autobiography of Malcolm X  Malcolm, X

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3 responses to “Reading List

  1. Right on track, for every book read, new knowledge is gained. Keep it up and keep encouraging others. Your list is missing two important ones too…. Consequences and ambition of the deprived. :))

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