What I See: A New Prescription for Thought
By Don Smith

What I See: A New Prescription for Thought is a series of thought-provoking essays on critical issues facing America with a special focus on black America. 

Using penetrating logic and detailed analysis, author Don Smith hit on such issues as Hip-Hop, reparations, the value of black women, critical thinking, and many others. 

Written with the intellect of WEB DuBois, the love of MLK Jr., and the intensity of Malcolm X, What I See: A New Prescription for Thought should be read by young and old, black and white, and all those serious about engaging in critical thinking to bring about change. 

Dr. William Clifton, a Social Justice Educator for University of Wisconsin-Madison says, “Mr. Smith has written a very powerful and personal series of essays premised upon the need for ‘Critical Consciousness’ within and specifically for the African-American community. Embodying what he espouses, Mr. Smith provides a rich array of ideas for readers interested in a deeper, more personal understanding of the historical and on going impact of White Privilege on Race and Gender and Education in the United States.”


About the Author

Don Smith grew up in Rockford, Illinois and currently resides in Northern Colorado. What I See: A New Prescription for Thought is his second book and plans for a follow-up are currently underway.





Hard Cover - 5.5x8.5 - 108 pages - $22.50

 ISBN: 978-1-60860-016-8
ISBN / SKU: 1-60860-016-5

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