We beat the street how a friendship pact led to success is the moving story of three young african american men who overcome poverty peer pressure racism and sometimes their own bad choices to become doctors the book is narrated in the third person interspersed with first hand narratives of each of the men each was a gifted student who nonetheless felt tremendous pressure from the world around them to stay where they are each also had experiences which showed them there . We beat the street how a friendship pact led to success is an american autobiography aimed at young adults written by the three doctors and sharon m draper on april 21 2005 the novel shares the experiences of dr sampson davis rameck hunt and george jenkins as well as other professional authors we beat the street is the second novel that the . Growing up on the rough streets of newark new jersey rameck george and sampson could easily have followed their childhood friends into drug dealing gangs and prison but when a presentation at their school made the three boys aware of the opportunities available to them in the medical and dental professions they made a pact among themselves that they would become doctors it took a lot . We beat the street how a friendship pact led to success gillian streeter follow this and additional works athttps scholarsarchivebyuedu cbmr this book review is brought to you for free and open access by the all journals at byu scholarsarchive it has been accepted for inclusion in childrens book and media review by an authorized editor of byu scholarsarchive for more information . We beat the street how a friendship pact led to success inproceedingsdavis2005webt titlewe beat the street how a friendship pact led to success authorsampson davis and g jenkins and r hunt and sharon m draper year2005
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