"My wife and I spent the entire morning in bed talking about these questions. Let me tell you, I learned some things I didn't know. My eyes are still ...
"My wife and I spent the entire morning in bed talking about these questions. Let me tell you, I learned some things I didn't know. My eyes are still wide open - I'm still surprised about it!" - Kris B. "The first time I let a group of people see the book, they stayed so long talking that I ended up tossing them out of my house! We had a great time and everyone can't wait for the next get together!" - Lynn G. "My girlfriends and I never laughed so hard in our lives discussing some of these issues. WE HAD A BALL." -T. Collins There are no right or wrong choices - but every choice carries ramifications, so don't worry about the choice. Instead, be prepared to see it through. Are you prepared to learn something about yourself? Are you ready to let someone learn something about you that THEY didn't know? Do you think you know your friends and family? LOL - THINK AGAIN!!! After ten years, the popular, challenging book "Conversation Piece" finally makes its' way to the mobile world, renamed just for the app store! Packed with 70 new questions, "Conversate: Discussion Questions Inspired by the African American Experience", consists of 260 powerful questions covering everything from: - Parenting; - Dating and Marriage; - Employment and Business ownership; - Education; - Travel; - Sports; - Historical Events; - And much more! The App allows the user to work through the questions from one to 260 or, will select a random, challenging question to ponder. Whether you review Conversation Piece's app "Conversate" alone or with friends, it's bound to challenge your perceptions about the African American experience - regardless of whether you are African American or not. Here are a few sample questions: -164- Do you support efforts to block all use of the "N" word? Do you believe these efforts will ever succeed? -32- Do "successful" Black people have an obligation to "give back" to the Black community? -166- You go to a concert and discover that someone is sitting in your seats. How do you respond? Written by an attorney and former talk radio host, "Conversate" continues to leave people talking for hours. Part learning tool, part discussion starter, "Conversate" was designed with various question formats, from simple "what if" scenarios to more complex fact patterns, all designed to put you in a situation and challenge you to respond. We provide the questions - you provide the answers.
Size: 11.18 MB
Price: $ 0.00
Developed by GatewayBlack Inc.
Day of release: 0000-00-0