[Between the World and Me]
"Still you are called to struggle, not because it assures you victory but because it assures you an honorable and sane life" (97) --Ta-Nehisi Coates
Coates continues relaying narratives and advice to his son, mos notably through accounts of incidents that he occurred when he son was too young to have remembered or understood. Coates also blends in discussions of the role of history and events that are beyond the control of African Americans.
What caught your attention most about the chapter? Why or how so? Please provide page numbers.