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READ Æ Fist Stick Knife Gun ð ❴EPUB❵ ✹ Fist Stick Knife Gun Author Geoffrey Canada – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Library Binding EditionLong before President Barack Obama praised his work as an all encompassing all hands on deck anti poverty effort that is literally saving a generation of children and First Lady Library Binding EditM one of my heroes Geoffrey Canada was a small and scared boy growing up in the South Bronx His childhood world was one where sidewalk boys learned the codes of the block Fist Stick eBook #180 and were ranked through the ritu. I'm going to echo all of the positive reviews here with one uibble On the last page of his own story view spoilerCanada attributes his own decision to throw away a gun to his Christian faith fair enough if that was his experience but then goes on to assert that young men not raised in the church cannot possibly have a moral center from which to make such ethical decisions That left a bad taste in my mouth as I closed what was otherwise a remarkably insightful book That one problematic page notwithstanding this is indeed essential reading for anybody who hopes to understand and thereby be in a better position to undermine violence hide spoiler

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Als of fist stick knife and finally gun In a stunning pairing acclaimed comics creator Jamar Nicholas presents Canada's raw and riveting account one of the most authentic and important true stories of urban violence ever told. Excellent adaptation of the book by Geoffrey Canada with art by Jamar Nicholas As the title states there is a progressive escalation of violencea history that too often repeats itself

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Fist Stick Knife GunLibrary Binding EditionLong before President Barack Obama praised his work as an all encompassing all hands on deck anti poverty effort that is literally saving a generation of children and First Lady Michelle Obama called hi. Geoffrey Canada's story is vivid He remembers his childhood so well describes it in great detail and Jamar Nicholas' illustrations really bring it to life This story about Canada's integration into a violent urban life is heartbreaking but I couldn't stop reading It's a great personal story of The Code of the Street I honestly think the epilogue does not serve the story well It pushes the book into didactic instead of letting Canada's experiences speak for themselves But I really appreciate Canada telling his story and Nicholas does a fantastic job of adapting it to the graphic novel format