ADRIAN HUGHES is a successful businessman, loyal friend, kick-ass music aficionado and student of history, so I asked him to share a few of his favorite books and thoughts in celebration of African American History Month. Thanks, A-man!
The Warmth Of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson
“Finally, some details told through the lives of others that helped me understand why we are so materialistic and untrustworthy of the mainstream.”
And The Walls Came Tumbling Down by Ralph Abernathy
“Dr. Abernathy was Dr. King’s partner and successor who worked with Rosa Parks, Andrew Young and Lyndon Johnson on civil rights. Since I was not there, And The Walls Came Tumbling Down made the civil rights movement “real” to me and brought a level of comprehension I didn’t know prior.”
Action Has No Season by Michael V. Roberts
“Practical advice for leaders and entrepreneurs that simply works.”
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