by Hill Harper
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The film and television star draws on personal experiences to present a series of motivational letters that explores such topics as the value of a good education and the media's inappropriate emphasis on material wealth.
July 8, 2008 Besides acting in television and film, Hill Harper spends much of his free time mentoring young people. His newest book is aimed at young black women; it's titled Letters to a Young Sister. Actress Gabrielle Union wrote the book's foreword.
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