Own both bestselling memoirs by Robert Khayat at an unmatched price.
60: A Year of Sports, Race & Politics (Nautilus, 2021) is the story of 1960, as seen through the eyes of Khayat. That seminal year — Civil Rights, professional football, and politics — changed everything for a nation, its culture, and a promising young man from Mississippi.
The Education of a Lifetime is a compelling memoir by former Ole Miss Chancellor Robert Khayat. Khayat writes about his childhood days in Moss Point, Mississippi, the state’s segregationist policies that prevented his SEC championship baseball team from playing in the College World Series, and the sadness of experiencing his father’s arrest and guilty plea. These seemingly disparate events worked to prepare him to battle the vestiges of racial strife that continued to haunt the University’s culture as he accepted the honor of becoming the its 15th chancellor. Khayat’s story gives readers a behind-the-scenes look at how a university moved from mediocrity to excellence. We relive, along with Khayat, the courting of an eccentric donor, as well as private conversations with a sitting U.S. President, governors, coaches and celebrities. We also see how a man worked to make amends for past mistakes. The Education of a Lifetime is a funny, touching, and insightful memoir. And it is proof that one man dedicated to respecting the dignity of every individual can make lasting change.
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ISBNs: 978-1-949455-28-1 and 978-1-936946-17-4