Even Mo’ Letters to Young Black Men: Introduction (The Brother’s Keeper #52) Dear Y.B.M.: I trust that you are doing well. I hope that you have taken heed to the advice I gave in my first two series of letters to you. In doing so, I trust that by this time you have received Jesus Christ as your Savior and that…

Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Was Twelve (Letter 21)

[audio] Dear Y.B.M.: Today, I would like to share with you some things that I wish someone had forcibly told me when I was twelve years old. Sadly, some of the things that I am going to mention in this letter, I learned at H.K.C. — Hard Knocks College. And…

Please Learn "Yourself" a Little Etiquette

Please Learn “Yourself” a Little Etiquette (Letter 14)

Dear Y.B.M.: In this letter, I wish to encourage you to do something that is very important and that is crucial to your advancement in whatever field you enter into. Also, if you learn the principles of this subject, you will gain great peace of mind when dealing with people….


Your Road Map to Real and Lasting Success (Letter Four)

Dear Y.B.M.: I trust that you have been doing well since my last letter. Today, I am writing this letter from the law library at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. By the way, I just had a long and interesting conversation with a young black man who is a…