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eBook The Pact: Three Young Men Make a Promise and Fulfill a Dream ePub

by Dr Sampson Davis,Dr George Jenkins,Dr Rameck Hunt,Dr Lisa Frazier Page

  • ISBN: 075699067X
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Dr Sampson Davis,Dr George Jenkins,Dr Rameck Hunt,Dr Lisa Frazier Page
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Perfection Learning (May 1, 2003)
  • ePub book: 1998 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1178 kb
  • Other: lrf mbr txt doc
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 213

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George Jenkins, Sampson Davis, and Rameck Hunt grew up together in Newark and graduated from Seton Hall University. I purchased this book for 3 young men at the boys and girls club in Douglasville Georgia.

George Jenkins, Sampson Davis, and Rameck Hunt grew up together in Newark and graduated from Seton Hall University. Davis and Hunt received their medical degrees from the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and Jenkins received his dentistry degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry. The three doctors are the recipients of the Essence Lifetime Achievement Award. All three continue to live in Newark. Two of which had been my mentees. They are incredible kids, and I wanted them to commit to making sure they help each other succeed in whatever they do.

Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt. These three men are so brave and intellectual for going after their dreams. For me, I only realized how hard it would be to become a doctor because of the exams I would have to take if I ever plan on attending medical school. However, for Davis, Jenkins, and Hunt, they persevered through and accomplished a difficult. Their determination and belief in one another made them who they are today. Carla Dickson, one of the counselors for the pre-medical/dentist program, advised Rameck,"Your future is going to be brighter than bright. You just don't see it now.

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The Pact: Three Young Black Men Make a Promise and Fulfill a Dream is a 2002 New York Times Bestselling non-fiction autobiography by Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, Rameck Hunt, and Lisa Frazier

The Pact: Three Young Black Men Make a Promise and Fulfill a Dream is a 2002 New York Times Bestselling non-fiction autobiography by Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, Rameck Hunt, and Lisa Frazier. The book was first published on May 23, 2002 through Riverhead Trade and was later republished through Prentice Hall.

The Pact book Three young men, from dysfunctional homes from the rough streets of Newark, NJ overcome the odds by making a pact t. .

Three young men, from dysfunctional homes from the rough streets of Newark, NJ overcome the odds by making a pact to become dentists and then working hard and achieving their goal.

Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt are not only friends . An inner-city inspiration! this is a great book for teens to understand the value of friendship and how birds of a feather do flock together.

Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt are not only friends to this day-they are all doctors. This is a story about joining forces and beating the odds. In 1989, when three boys were just 16, Sampson Davis, Rameck Hunt, and George Jenkins, the boys made a promise to each other to attend college, Seton Hall University, and later become doctors. It encourages young people to soar like eagles.

As young men, the three doctors who authored this book make a pact to support one another’s goals in hopes . Three life-long friends stick together to make their dreams of success a reality. 5 books that African American boys want to read

3 intelligent young men rise from thier circumstances through hard work. 5 books that African American boys want to read. The pact : three young men make a promise and fulfill a dream Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt, with Lisa Frazier Page.

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The Pact: Award-Winning Documentary About The Three Doctors (Trailer) - Продолжительность: 2:09 Spark Media Recommended for you. 2:09.

us/10/201336 Content: Unabridged Written by: George Jenkins, Lisa Frazier Page, Sampson Davis, Rameck Hunt Narrated by: George Jenkins, Sampson Davis Release date: 3/1/2007 Duration: 5 hrs 47 mins Contact me: nm45807l. The Pact: Award-Winning Documentary About The Three Doctors (Trailer) - Продолжительность: 2:09 Spark Media Recommended for you.

Three Young Men Make a Promise and Fulfill a Dream. But one day these three young men made a pact. They promised each other they would all become doctors, and stick it out together through the long, difficult journey to attaining that dream

Three Young Men Make a Promise and Fulfill a Dream. Three Young Men Make a Promise and Fulfill a Dream. By Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, Rameck Hunt and Lisa Frazier Page. They promised each other they would all become doctors, and stick it out together through the long, difficult journey to attaining that dream. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt are not only friends to this day-they are all doctors.

The New York Times bestseller. The true story of three African-American men who made a pact to survive the streets of Newark-and become doctors.

Comments

Pruster Pruster
I read this book one day in school and it gave me such a strong real-life perspective on how easily
our choices in life can affect who we become. It's not about who you are; it's about what you do.

** I sent this book to a friend in Prison who really
appreciated the book as well. Without too much detail, the friend took a lot from the book and had a lot of positive words about it as well.

This is the kind of book I would recommend for you or anyone in your life who has many difficult life choices to make. I can't stress that enough.
Just buy it and tell them to give it a try.

In closing; The Pact leaves a strong impression and is well worth the read.
Flamekiller Flamekiller
This book is about a journey to success. It can serve as inspiration for young people who are growing up in difficult situations (neighborhood, single parent family, inferior schools, lack of monetary resources, etc.). Their stories can also serve as a guide for individuals and communities who want to help the students who are growing up around them. This is a book with a message, a message full of examples that show how even smart young people can get caught up in undesirable situations that endanger their futures by following poor behaviors that are practiced by their neighborhood friends or their own relatives (drugs, gangs, violence, stealing, e.g.). Readers are also shown how they can help change the outcomes for endangered adolescents by patterning some of the behaviors that were utilized to help lift three young men from the perils that exist in disadvantaged homes, neighborhoods and schools. The authors did not hide their mistakes when they told their stories. We CAN change things if we really have a passion to do so. That is one of the valuable lessons to be learned from The Pact.
Bludworm Bludworm
I teach high school and college, and my students range from AP high achievers through students who are reading far below grade level and are struggling every day, both personally and academically. Most of my college students are in basic skills classes. This book held their attention, and ties in well to our exploration of the elements that contribute to success (mindset; having a supportive group of people who are interested and commited to one's success; being able to overcome obstacles by keeping one's goal in mind; never accepting an individual failure as a definition of oneself; ETC). This book is appropriate for a wide range of ages and achievement levels, and nothing works for my students so well as positive, real-life examples. I also used the audible.com version, so that I could listen to the book being read by the authors, something I highly recommend. My struggling readers were able to relate to the personal stories of these fine men as told in their own voices---as if they were sitting face-to-face. I put this book in the same category of high interest and satisfying reading as one of my other favorites, The Color of Water by James McBride, and I intend to use it in my college class that begins in a week or so. Not just a "feel good" book, this one provides practical details about how these men succeeded. Definitely add this one to your list!
Usishele Usishele
I never really understood the true pain and struggles of becoming a doctor until I read The Pact, which was written by Drs. Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt. For me, I only realized how hard it would be to become a doctor because of the exams I would have to take if I ever plan on attending medical school. However, for Davis, Jenkins, and Hunt, they persevered through and accomplished a difficult. Their determination and belief in one another made them who they are today. When George was 11, making a quick trip to the dentist office to fix his crooked teeth, he didn't know what was going to happen. From the dentist tools to the names and numbers of teeth, he became more excited and curios about the dentistry world. When George said, "I don't remember the dentist's name, but I never forgot what he did for me. He gave me a dream. And there was no greater gift for a smart kid growing up in a place where dreams were snatched away all the time" (Davis, et al. 6), it really opened my eyes about how a complete stranger can inspire someone. Inspiration can definitely be found anywhere.

These three men are so brave and intellectual for going after their dreams. Carla Dickson, one of the counselors for the pre-medical/dentist program, advised Rameck,"Your future is going to be brighter than bright. You just don't see it now. Because of this program, you're going to be able to make it through college with no problems. I know it's hard, but realize that you have an opportunity to make a difference in your lives" (Davis, et al. 119). This line was one of my favorites because Dickson explains how college is just the beginning of adulthood. Whatever the person does in life, it is their responsibility to make the best of it because whatever happens will affect them and possibly others around them as well. There is not much to dislike about this book except the lovesick portion. I did not really like that part because I felt it was not really necessary to talk about love in a pact between friendship. Because of love, Rameck almost destroyed his pact with Sampson and George. However, it did not. His heart was broken, but his mind was focused for medical school. Overall, this book taught me about how all struggles can be overcome and nobody is alone. Friends, family, teachers, workers, and more can serve as role models. It is always better to work somebody by your side than alone.