|Something like this.|
Just a lot of talk about growing up in Atlanta, and being a member of a religious family and having a dad who was a badass. He also calls his father "Daddy," which I am never ready for. It shouldn't be a problem that grown men use the term Daddy. And yet it is. Unless it's in a song called "Patches."
I did find out that he did have a moment when he was like 12, when he questioned his faith. Then he got that taken care of, and he was good to go.
I'm also looking forward to quotes like this one from a speech.
Who uses hellhound in a sentence? Even when they write speeches? That guy could really put words together.
Discrimination is a hellhound that gnaws at Negroes in every waking moment of their lives to remind them that the lie of their inferiority is accepted as truth in the society dominating them.
On a related note, I am reading it on my phone, having downloaded it from the Omaha Library website. Pretty cool, right? Maybe not so much. I took a solid hour to get it all configured on my phone. And you only get it for a week.
Who reads a book in a week?