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The pact [electronic resource] : three young men make a promise and fulfill a dream / George Jenkins, Sampson Davis, and Rameck Hunt, [with Lisa Frazier Page].

By: Jenkins, George, 1973-.
Contributor(s): Davis, Sampson | Hunt, Rameck | Page, Lisa Frazier.
Material type: materialTypeLabelSoundPublisher: [Minneapolis, Minn.] : HighBridge Co., 2007ISBN: 9781598873689 (sound recording : OverDrive Audio Book); 1598873687 (sound recording : OverDrive Audio Book).Subject(s): Davis, Sampson | Hunt, Rameck | Jenkins, George, 1973- | African American physicians -- Biography | African Americans -- Biography | Dentists -- BiographyGenre/Form: Audiobooks.Additional physical formats: No titleDDC classification: 610/.92/2 | B Online resources: Click here to access title or place hold | Excerpt Click here to listen to an excerpt of this title Read by the authors.Summary: George Jenkins, Sampson Davis and Rameck Hunt were three African American kids living in the inner city of Newark, all from broken homes, all living amid poverty, crime, and drug abuse. Two served time in juvenile detention centers. They met in high school and together they made a pact: they would support each other for as long as it would take for them to become doctors. Through an affirmative action program, they enrolled at Seton Hall University's premed program, from which they graduated in 1995. In May 1999, they graduated with degrees in medicine and dentistry. The pact is an extraordinary testament to the power of male friendship. Friendships among young men often revolved around taking risks, often unnecessary or even dangerous risks.
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George Jenkins, Sampson Davis and Rameck Hunt were three African American kids living in the inner city of Newark, all from broken homes, all living amid poverty, crime, and drug abuse. Two served time in juvenile detention centers. They met in high school and together they made a pact: they would support each other for as long as it would take for them to become doctors. Through an affirmative action program, they enrolled at Seton Hall University's premed program, from which they graduated in 1995. In May 1999, they graduated with degrees in medicine and dentistry. The pact is an extraordinary testament to the power of male friendship. Friendships among young men often revolved around taking risks, often unnecessary or even dangerous risks.

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