An open letter to Black people who do not like reading (BIENTOT)

Professeur. Chercheur. Editeur. Critique littéraire. Docteur ès Lettres de l’université de la Sorbonne (Paris), précédemment chercheur a l’université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) au Canada. Ecrivain. Auteur de divers articles, préfaces et livres.

Léandre Sahiri

Léandre Sahiri

Professeur. Chercheur. Editeur. Critique littéraire. Docteur ès Lettres de l’université de la Sorbonne (Paris), précédemment chercheur a l’université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) au Canada. Ecrivain. Auteur de divers articles, préfaces et livres. Il a collaboré à la fondation et à la rédaction de nombreux journaux, magazines et revues. Directeur de publication du journal libre et indépendant « Le Filament Magazine».

Regarding the benefits of reading and the negative impact on many Black people who do not read, this “open letter” aims to encourage everyone to read and make reading a daily habit and a part of their regular activities. Please read this book, carefully, to the end. Make it available to relatives and friends. Offer it to everyone you love or as a nice gift. They will thank you, sooner or later.

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Thanks a lot to the author for sharing such a universal message that goes beyond the Black community. (Hubert Pelletiers).

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I just finished this book and I am really grateful to the author for his frankness. I have a few friends that this book could have been written for. Then, I am committed to finding ways to share this book. (Sam, a Blackman who reads a lot)

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Wow! What advocacy! What I really liked is that Black people are not presented as victims, but as potential actors. I hope this “open letter” is read by millions of people. (Marc).

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