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Cedric Jennings Reading the book A Hope in the Unseen was and experience I will never forget Learning the way different races deal with different situations was almost unbelievable There were some things happening that were dealt with in different way then a white person such as myself would have thought it would have been dealt with It is a completely different situation when a white person puts themselves in the shoes of a different race that being African American in this particular novel This is what we were forced to do when reading this book Cedric Jennings himself visited the Bowling Green State University campus and talked with those students who have read the book concerning his life However I did not expect the person that came to campus The Cedric in the book seemed to be very deep in thought at all times constantly shy around superiors and was interested in academics more than anything else The Cedric that came to campus appeared to be someone thoroughly different He did not seem to be shy at all I was disappointed in the way he answered some questions in that he did not think through them before answering He even came out and said at one point that he did not like to answer stuffy academic questions but does not mind talking about personal experiences This is not at all what I expected to see out of Cedric in fact it was entirely opposite The first session that the class attended was an unprofessional one It was more like a question session where students who read the book and were wondering about certain issues could ask Cedric his thoughts on the matter This was the first disappointment Many people asked him those academic questions and they were not answered the way they should have been It was almost as if Cedric was dancing around the real answer and never getting
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