One year later, hopes as high as the sky remain within reach.
Selected advance readers of Giving Back have begun sharing their commentary on the book over the last week. With an easy willingness, both strangers and acquaintances known widely for intense work and demanding itineraries have, one by one, agreed to read my 400-page manuscript. That astounds me. And then, after reading the work, one responds with these words . . .
“Through a rich tapestry of voices and images, including inspirational interviews, stunning photographs, thoughtful commentary, and wide-ranging quotations, Giving Back captures the essence and generosity of African American donors as never before. No one—including the leaders of non-profit organizations—could fail to be moved and enlightened by these vivid reminders of the potential of African American philanthropy.
“The book is beautiful and so inspirational, I now know what I will be getting everyone as a Christmas present!”
— Michele Minter, Vice President for Development, The College Board
Still over the moon
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Ah, but a man’s reach should exceed his grasp, or what’s a heaven for?…Browning.
True perhaps. But alas, these aspirations could dislocate a shoulder and this constant grasping could leave a hand with carpal tunnel. Heaven? For the orthopedic surgeon alone….Fullwood (LOL)