Recovery in Black and White in America
By: Martin J. Lee
About the Book
Our nation’s youth are in the grips of an opioid crisis. Young and old addicts are overdosing and dying daily. Recovery programs and fellowships are helping immensely. Recovery in Black and White in America exposes the ignorance and the arrogance of our American society’s ills that tend to interfere with the recovery process of many addicts and alcoholics.
About the Author
Martin J. Lee was orphaned at ten years old, born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. As an adolescent, after moving to Philadelphia, PA, he went on to become an all-city, all-area, and all-state basketball player in high school, receiving a basketball scholarship from the University of Pittsburgh. He has a B.A. degree in English Literature from Lincoln University and became a certified railroad engineer for Conrail in 1986.
A single father raising his son and daughter, Martin worked one on one with court-adjudicated wayward youths as a mentor for fifteen years.
(2020, Paperback, 266 Pages)