A MATTER OF
LIFE OR DEATH Why Black Men Must Save Black Boys in America's Public Schools
Black Male Educators Share Their Stories Dr. Michael W. Nellums
Dr. Walter Milton, Jr.
"Your accomplishments and dedication to telling your story inspires and captures the attention on our youth is monumental and will provide transformational results... Hallelujah! Just what we need... You rock! I am sharing your book with my community, church, friends and work family. The Oprah show is next as the book of the month...May you continue to be richly blessed for you are a blessing to us all. Much Continued Success".
Founder, Author and CEO
People Allowing Love To Survive (PALS), Chicago, IL
"Me in the Making" left me with a stronger feeling of hope for today's youth in school systems nationally. Fatherhood played an important role along with his desire and passion to positively affect today's educational policies and practices. I applaud Dr. Milton for his honesty and ability to share his personal and professional experiences with the world".
Sam McNabb, Founder/President
Seado Enterprises, Inc. & The National Football Players Father Association, Riverdale, IL
"After reading your book, I am convinced it provides aspiring school administrators with a guide into what it takes to successfully pursue and land an urban superintendency. As a matter of fact, I will use your book when I open my Administrator's Academy this summer in the Lansing School District".
T.C. Wallace, Ed.D.
Superintendent Lansing School District, Lansing Michigan
"Dr. Milton's story reminds us of the process we experience through trails and tribulations to become a better person. His ability to reflect and gain knowledge from life's lessons is something we can all learn from to become better educators and administrators".
Dana T. Bedden, Ed.D.
Superintendent Richmond County School System, Augusta, GA
"Me in the Making, is a remarkably refreshing and honest story of courage, disappointment, and courage again".
Rick Miller, Founder
Kids at Hope, Phoenix, AZ
I only have a minute. Only sixty seconds in it. Forced upon me - can't refuse it. Didn't seek it, didn't choose it. But it's up to me to use it. I must suffer if I loose it. Give an account if I abuse it. Just a tiny little minute. But eternity is in it."
— Benjamin E. Mays