Scouting is presented as a solution to the challenges faced by African American boys in this insightful resource. Whether children are raised in single-parent homes or without strong male role models, or for those lured by the surrogate support of urban street life, the book posits that scouting can provide boys with some necessary foundations. Scouting also teaches boys in a single-gender structure, which offers the extra discipline that many schools favor. As the book’s pro-scouting stance focuses on the history and benefits, it doubles as an effective recruiting tool for scouting programs, as well as a useful consultant for single mothers, youth workers, and church officials.
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Justin Lewter has been an educator and youth worker for more than a decade. He lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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