As I head into this weekend’s events…I am reflecting back on how, during my first book signing, I asked Kim for assistance and she dove right in to help. All I had to do was show up and sign books. She partnered my book signing with my favorite pass time (tennis). It was a total success, and she never once asks for anything in return. Although I’d like to feel special…I’m not; she’s helped to create a wheel-chair tennis program, inner-city youth tennis program and has made sure that EVERYONE of all ages, cultures and abilities has the opportunity to play the sport we both love…TENNIS. A special thanks goes out to you Kim, it definitely takes a village, and I’m honored to have you as a friend.
According to a New York Times op-ed written by Duke University Medical Center psychiatrist Damon Tweety, “black men are seven times more likely than white men to receive a diagnosis of H.I.V. and more than twice as likely to die of prostate cancer.” With that said, health education and inspiring men to go see the […]