We Beat the Street How a Friendship Pact Led to Success

ISBN-10: 0525474072

ISBN-13: 9780525474074

Edition: 2005

Authors: Sampson Davis, Rameck Hunt, George Jenkins, Sharon M. Draper

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List price: $17.99
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
Publication date: 4/21/2005
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 128
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

Sharon M. Draper was born in Cleveland, Ohio on August 21, 1952. She taught high school English for twenty-five years and received numerous honors including Ohio Teacher of the Year and the NCNW Excellence in Teaching Award. She has also written numerous books including Romiette and Julio, Darkness before Dawn, Double Dutch, and the Ziggy and the Black Dinosaurs series. She is a a five-time winner of the Coretta Scott King Literary Award for Copper Sun, Forged by Fire, Tears of a Tiger, The Battle of Jericho, and November Blues.

Introduction
"You Don't Have to Cut My Foot off, Do You?" Hanging Tough: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
"Oh, Man, You're in Trouble Again!" School Problems: A Conversation with Doctor Rameck Hunt
"Isn't that School in the Ghetto?" Influential Teachers: A Conversation with Doctor George Jenkins
"We're Gonna Jack Us some Icees from Jack's!" Temptation and Its Consequences: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
"How Much do You Need?" Dreams and Missed Opportunities: A Conversation with Doctor Rameck Hunt
"Are You Godzilla or King Kong?" The Beginnings of a Dream: A Conversation with Doctor George Jenkins
"Yeah, Man. They Say the Driver's Dead." Living and Dying on the Streets: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
"I don't Even Know Anybody Who Went to College." Entering Seventh Grade: A Conversation with Doctor George Jenkins Making Good Grades: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
"You Kids are Gonna Get Yourself Killed." The Call of the Streets: A Conversation with Doctor Rameck Hunt
"What's up with That? You Think You Better than Us?" So Easy to Fall into the Drug Scene: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
"A Sticky Web of Bright Pink Silly String Across the Astonished Teacher's Face" Foolishness and Understanding: A Conversation with Doctor Rameck Hunt
"I Think We Could All do this-the Three of Us-Together!" The Beginning of the Pact: A Conversation with Doctor George Jenkins
"If He Dies, You Get Charged with Attempted Murder." Thanksgiving in Jail: A Conversation with Doctor Rameck Hunt
"How do You Plead?" The Judge Asked, "Guilty, Your Honor." Never Again: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
"Not only Had Their Sons Survived, But They were Heading to College." Strengthening the Pact: A Conversation with Doctor George Jenkins
"It Feels Good, Man. It's Like Doing Push-Ups with My Brain!" The Possibility of Success: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
"The Boy's Neck Bent in an Odd Way, and Hi Body Fell Limp." The End of Violence and the Start of Giving Back: A Conversation with Doctor Rameck Hunt
"Yo, Yo, Yo! Check It Out! Check It Out!" Rap Stars? A Conversation with Doctor George Jenkins
"For the First Time Since High School, the Three of Us won't be Together." Hanging in there: A Conversation with Doctor George Jenkins
"Driving while Black" The Possibility of Losing the Dream: A Conversation with Doctor Rameck Hunt
"Sometimes You Gotta Fail in Order to Succeed." Going Back to Where It All Began: A Conversation with Doctor Sampson Davis
"To Friends"
Conclusion
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