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Toronto, ON – As previously reported on August 14th, Tara Muldoon is gearing up to launch a book series via The Forgiveness Project. The first book in the series is entitled F-You: Memoirs of Violence and Compassion and HipHopCanada is running a contest to giveaway two copies of the book.

The book features stories and essays from youth on forgiveness. Created solely by a group of youth, this book is empowering, gritty, and honest – just like the human experience of forgiveness.

All pieces in this collection are written in the hopes of making a difference. The foreword is written by Kardinal Offishall and features endorsements from The Michaëlle Jean Foundation and The Source magazine.

The official launch goes down this Thursday, September 5th from 7-9PM at 918 Bathurst Street.

Find out more about the books and how you can win after the jump.

F-You book giveaway: Enter here for your chance to win [Contest] - HipHopCanada.com

Contest Details

HipHopCanada is giving away two copies of F-You: Memoirs of Violence and Compassion courtesy of Tara Muldoon and The Forgiveness Project. To enter for a chance to win one of the books, follow these two steps:

Step 1: Follow @HipHopCanada and @ProjectFWord on Twitter.
Step 2: Tweet why you want the book along with the hashtag #HHCxFYou to @HipHopCanada and @ProjectFWord.

Two winners will be chosen at random at 12PM on September 5th. Good luck to all who enter.

About F-You: The Forgiveness Project Book

Foreword by Kardinal Offishall
Introduction by Tara Muldoon
ISBN: 978-1-4600-0203-2

“This youth-driven project exudes strength, courage, and the ability to heal.” –Bryan Brock, 1 Love T.O.

F-You: The Forgiveness Project is a social initiative that focuses on the question “What would it look like if you forgave either yourself or another today?” We feature speakers and stories from those who have crossed the line from victim to survivor, finding forgiveness in the process.

Violence and Compassion is the first in a series of books featuring stories and essays from youth on forgiveness. Created solely by a group of youth, this book is empowering, gritty, and honest – just like the human experience of forgiveness. All pieces in this collection are written in the hopes of making a difference.

“F-You: The Forgiveness Project is an inspiring youth-driven initiative that taps into the power of the arts and self-expression to empower youth to find the strength to overcome some of the most intractable circumstances. Here at the Michaëlle Jean Foundation, we commend the young people involved in this campaign to promote forgiveness and salute them as societal changemakers.” —Michaëlle Jean Foundation

“Violence is something almost unavoidable in society today from urban communities to our corporate world. Some violence comes with justification, and others are just heinous acts. The problem comes into play when these acts are glorified by the public or even wrongly publicized by the media, sometimes creating an antagonist versus protagonist situation. Sadly, this can potentially ruin the lives of one or both of the parties involved. On the other hand, justified violence is easily perceived by the human mind for whatever righteous reasoning behind it in some cases deeming the act okay. Great to see youth speaking about this topic.” —Joseph Crespo, The Source Magazine

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