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Our Two Societies

Narrated by: Cary Hite
Length: 7 hrs and 49 mins
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If you are looking for one of the most thought-provoking and inspirational memoirs out there, look no further. This 2017 Best Indie Book Award Winner for nonfiction and the 2018 B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree is simply outstanding. 

It's a coming of age tale about growing up in a deteriorating urban African American city, a young adult life in a vibrant Japan, and rediscovering two conflicting societies in America. 

The author uses his life as a platform to highlight often self-imposed social and cultural barriers that can hinder a sense of self-esteem, well-being, and success in America. You'll feel as if you're right alongside the author as he encounters the ills and pitfalls awaiting him in one of these societies. You will also feel inspired and motivated as he embraces the possibilities awaiting him and everyone else in the other society. As a warning to us all, Our Two Societies shows how these barriers have the potential to leave segments of urban and rural America devastatingly ill-prepared for a future heavily reliant on A.I. and Automation.  

©2017 Andre Davis (P)2018 Andre Davis

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  • Bryce
  • 10-06-19

fantastic

Andres background and history provide a great journey for listeners. He's engaging and his growth as an individual are truly astounding.