Detroit Native Charles Bell says “Change is NECESSARY!”

Charles Bell's novel is a thought-provoking literary work that initiates solution-oriented discussion in regards to the problems that adversely affect the African American community.
By: Where Did We Go Wrong
Where Did We Go Wrong
Where Did We Go Wrong
Aug. 22, 2012 - PRLog -- Detroit native and author, Charles Bell, is deeply interested in education reform and social change in urban cities throughout the country. Charles’ book Where Did We Go Wrong, proposes several important questions regarding factors that have adversely affected the African American community. Anyone who is interested in education reform, community activism, or leadership in the black community MUST read this book.

New author Charles Bell holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in psychology and school psychology respectively. Where Did We Go Wrong is more than a book; it is a call for ACTION! Charles effectively conveys the need for change in the black community by proposing several questions such as why does Wayne State University graduate less than 15% of its black students in six years? Why are black boys over-represented in special education and school discipline settings throughout the country? Has the influx of rappers and entertainers that embrace criminal lifestyles translated into a greater acceptance of incarceration in the black community? Where are the black leaders that are suppose to promote education and denounce drug trafficking in our community?

Where Did We Go Wrong is available on in paperback and kindle formats. Follow Charles Bell and join the movement for change! For more information please visit

Author: Charles Bell
Twitter: WeNeedChange313
ISBN: 978-0615662077

Source:Where Did We Go Wrong
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Tags:Incarceration, Detroit, Education Reform, Community Activism, Academic Achievement, Black Men, African American
Industry:Education, Books, Literature
Location:Detroit - Michigan - United States
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Page Updated Last on: Aug 22, 2012

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