You’re hearing Danny Glover reading from the Langston Hughes poem, “The Kids In School With Me.”
That’s the Ugandan singer, Samite, with the beginning of a song about a teenager who is starting feel like he should be leaving childish things and jumping up to manhood.
That’s Michael Perry rapping part of Turntable Timmy, his new book for all those aspiring young DJs out there, from Free Will Press in San Francisco.
Geoffrey Canada begins his recent book — Reaching Up for Manhood: Transforming the Lives of Boys in America — with his getting the news about the deaths…
That’s LL Cool J, backed up by a toy piano, with some words for young people about winning — and losing! — graciously. This book and CD combination is titled And the Winner Is.
I don’t know about you, but I can never seem to get enough of the Washington, DC-based, acapella group, “Sweet Honey in the Rock.”
You’re hearing some of the famous words of Dr. Martin Luther King from Martin’s Big Words, a recent video for young people from Weston Woods Studios.