Former Longhorn and NFL star Emmanuel Acho is taking his hit social media series from the internet to the page in "Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man," the new book he's putting out with his partner—Oprah Winfrey.
The series—and now book—explores difficult conversations on race to "mend the racial divide in our world."
The announcement came Tuesday evening and has received much support on social media. It is already an Amazon bestseller.
Lotta y’all tweeting congrats. But, where are the receipts? I’m looking forward to the book going deeper than the s… https://t.co/DiFlSkGYkt— Domonique Foxworth (@Domonique Foxworth)1594825787.0
The book comes out Nov. 10 but can be preordered today at uncomfortableconvos.com.
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The University of Texas Police Department released an incident report that the hate crime took place at 10 p.m. Jan. 10. UTPD has not revealed any suspects involved, and is asking for tips on the incident.
This comes just over one week after Americans bearing white supremacist symbolism stormed the U.S. Capitol. The FBI released a bulletin on Monday informing the public of nationwide protests which are expected to take place from Jan. 16 through President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Jan. 20.
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