On Saturday September 8 at 9am, the Trinity Baptist Church Men’s Ministry will hold a Breakfast Discussion with the topic “Etiquette of a Black Man-Then & Now.” Brother Clyde Farris, author of Etiquette for the Black Man, will moderate an open discussion on how older and younger black men define, view, and demonstrate etiquette.
The discussion will be held at the Trinity Family Life Center, 3601 Dill Road, Richmond, Virginia as part of Men’s Day Weekend.
Etiquette for the Black Man, a self-help book we can read and discuss with young black males that urges them to take responsibility for their actions, while providing them with the tools needed for personal improvement. The book relies on Biblical principles, courteous manners, and common sense to teach BLACK MEN of all ages how to live a better life. For the perfect graduation gift, pick up a copy of Etiquette for the Black Man either at Barnes & Noble or online at Amazon.com