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Description - Lunch Money Can't Shoot by Michael Levin

Opens the door for an honest discussion of a sensitive topic: racial stereotypes Co-written by a white NY Times best selling author and an African American founder of a magnet school in inner city Baltimore A fun, relatable story about new friends Timely topic with all of the race issues in america today

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781683501114
ISBN-10: 168350111X
Format: Hardback
(203mm x 127mm x 13mm)
Pages: 146
Imprint: Morgan James Fiction
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing llc
Publish Date: 13-Apr-2017
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Michael Levin

Twice a New York Times Bestselling Author, Michael Levin has written credibly and effectively about race on numerous occasions, including the national bestseller Dropping the Ball with Baseball Hall of Famer Dave Winfield, No Ordinary Love with NBA star Doug and Jackie Christie, Banking On Our Future with civil rights leader and ambassador to the U.N. John Hope Bryant, and most recently for Politico.com--Shoveling While Black, a story about former baseball star and ESPN commentator Doug Glanville. Michael is also married to a woman born in mainland China and is raising four mixed-race children, including 12-year-old twins who have been a sounding board throughout the creation of the Lunch Money series. Jack J. Pannell, Jr. is the founder and organizer of the Baltimore Collegiate School for Boys, an urban, college prep charter school. Mr. Pannell is the President of the Five Smooth Stones Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization he founded with a mission to transform a generation of urban boys with world-class educational opportunities. In developing Baltimore Collegiate as a charter school project, Mr. Pannell visited and studied over thirty high performing schools in the county and also spent a year of teaching at St. Ignatius, a Jesuit middle school for boys in Baltimore, and at Collington Square Elementary School, one of the lowest performing schools in Maryland. Mr. Pannell is the former Executive Director of the Baltimore Curriculum Project, a charter school management organization that operates four charter schools in East Baltimore. With over fifteen years of non-profit and government leadership experience, he has held senior management positions with Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, Sojourners and the Department of Health for the District of Columbia. During his time in Washington D.C., Mr. Pannell was the communication director for Congressman John Lewis (D-Georgia) and Senator Harry Reid (D-Nevada). Prior to working in Washington, Mr. Pannell worked in the entertainment and investment banking industries. He is a graduate of Amherst College and Loyola Law School, Los Angeles.

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