Emmy-Nominated Actor Dondré Whitfield Tackles Modern Manhood In New Book

The book, "MALE vs. MAN How to Honor Women, Teach Children, and Elevate Men to Change the World" is part of The Manhood Tour
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Dondré Whitfield Book Cover
Dondré Whitfield Book Cover
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - April 23, 2020 - PRLog -- Dondré Whitfield, an Emmy-nominated actor who most recently starred in "Queen Sugar" (OWN Network), has released his new book, Male vs. Man: How to Honor Women, Teach Children, and Elevate Men to Change the World (Zondervan), a playbook for men who want to level up and become men, rather than simply grown males.

The transformational speaker and co-creator of the global movement, The Manhood Tour, wants to help readers understand how the definition of manhood has changed and to transform males so that they obtain "man status." He wants to assist men to elevate themselves higher in every area of their lives, while also help women identify the difference between males and men so they can better choose a partner.

Male vs. Man also will help male and female readers alike understand what real manhood is today, based on traditional wisdom as well as hard-earned lessons from someone who has been there.

The book opens by defining that difference: A male looks to be served, a man seeks to be of service. While males create chaos instead of cultivating calm and are stuck in negative cycles that we hear and read about daily, men take responsibility for their actions and for the actions of those who follow their leadership. Whitfield also explains that some men/males today are caught in the shifting cultural ideas about manhood, unsure of how to make decisions or act.

Male vs. Man offers practical guidance and a strong spiritual foundation, showing how to cultivate the life-changing spiritual, emotional, and psychological attributes of servant leadership at home, at work, and in our communities.

"Helping males grow into men is vitally important to me," Whitfield said. "Honestly, what I will share in this book is born out of a lifetime of experiences, much of it filled with failure, and several seasons of empathetic healing."

About the Author:
Dondré Whitfield is a veteran TV actor and three-time Emmy and NAACP Image Award nominee and is best known for his role as Remy Newell on the critically acclaimed series "Queen Sugar," created and produced by Golden Globe-nominee Ava DuVernay and co-executive produced by Oprah Winfrey on the OWN Network. Off-camera, Whitfield co-created The Manhood Tour, a global movement committed to awakening the consciousness of men, giving them the keys to effective and impactful leadership, and teaching them how to tap into their talents and live them to the highest degree. Learn more at Dondre Whitfield (https://www.dondrewhitfield.com/)

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