Freedom From the Streets - Paperback

Freedom From the Streets - Paperback

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Freedom From the Streets is the master key to unlocking the mind-set of a ‘prisoner to the street.’ This book is written using a combination of unorthodox language, academic and street vernacular to give the reader a fascinating insight into the journey of the man when he was writing Prisoner to the Streets and why he wrote it. Freedom from the Streets delves into the anatomy of Prisoner to the Street and how it came to life. Freedom from the Streets examines the psychology and sociological aspects that leads to violence and others issues on streets among young people. It offers us a magnitude of tangible solutions and redirects us to what the actual problems are. Robyn is bravely honest and positively critiques things and solutions that are not working in relation to prisoners to the streets. Freedom from the Streets is the final piece to the puzzle of an amazing trilogy. This book should bring clarity where there is confusion as to what ‘prisoner to the streets’ means. About the author- In 2012, Robyn Travis burst on to the writing scene as published author with Prisoner to Streets, memoirs that explored the realities of London’s ‘postcode wars’ and exploded the myths around it. It was his ‘foundation solution book’ for dealing with the youth violence on our streets. In 2016, he released Mama Can’t Raise No Man, an eye-opening exploration of different definitions of masculinity in today’s society told from a black male perspective. It cleverly and intelligently looks at how personal circumstances and changing social norms can collude to impose a situation of a boy not having the influence of his father in his life.Without undermining the ability of women ability raise boys, it subtly suggests the importance of boys having fathers in their lives to navigate the journey to manhood.  By Robyn Travis