Another Chance, Maybe The Last is an insightful book that shares some of the common beliefs and misconceptions among Africans and African-Americans. It not only tells of the history of Africa but gives insight into the journey from Africa to the U.S. and helps encourage our youth to share the truth about our connection.
Through the pages of this book, I introduce you to the importance of embracing your culture, your heritage in order to develop your true identity and to connect from which you came.
It is true that no man is an island. We do not exist just within ourselves. We are made up of those who came before us. The history of our existence is vital to understanding how we fit in the world and how we fit with another. Another Chance, Maybe The Last illustrates Africa’s history, the painful journey of slavery, the ramifications of slavery, and how parts of our history has disconnected us – from ourselves, from our people, and from our country.
To fully embrace who we are as a people, we need to KNOW one another as a people, and that’s a main purpose behind the creations of this book. It is important for my African American cousins to know about the culture of Africa – how we value family, relationship, children, education, finances, and more.