THEY CALL ME PATHFINDER: Education-Basketball-Equality

CHARLESTON, S.C., Oct. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Mark «Pathfinder» Epstein, a native of Worcester, Massachusetts and a resident of Charleston, SC…

CHARLESTON, S.C., Oct. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Mark «Pathfinder» Epstein, a native of Worcester, Massachusetts and a resident of Charleston, SC for the last thirty-two years, has delivered an amazing story about how he used grit and blind faith to recover from being a broken man and became a leading educator and Civil Rights Leader in the Deep South. He transformed his life as he grew from a bad student who struggled with his maturity, to a high school counselor, basketball coach, and as a leader and mentor for black students in the South.

You can now purchase your copy of THEY CALL ME PATHFINDER: Education-Basketball-Equality. Learn more about the amazing places and people that Pathfinder’s life’s work has taken Mark «Pathfinder» Epstein.

Below are the links to purchase your copy.

1 Book: https://www.paypal.com/instantcommerce/checkout/XJTNVU38Q6P4U

2 Books: https://www.paypal.com/instantcommerce/checkout/3NETSJZHXV5H4

**Please Note: To Order 3 or more copies contact Mark «Pathfinder» Epstein at mepathfinder1@gmail.com or call 843.864.9251

Congratulations to Mark «Pathfinder» Epstein!!!! THEY CALL ME PATHFINDER is now available for purchase at Barnes and Noble locations in Worcester, MA and Charleston, SC. You can also purchase your copy online via Barnesandnoble.com, Amazon, and Kindle. Follow the links below.

THEY CALL ME PATHFINDER ON BARNES AND NOBLE ONLINE

THEY CALL ME PATHFINDER ON AMAZON AND KINDLE

Buxton Books is the official Lowcountry of SC Headquarters for THEY CALL ME PATHFINDER.

They are located at 160 King Street, Charleston, SC 29401.Signed copies can be picked up in store or by ordering at Buxton Books  online.

Reviews and Press

Coach Mark Epstein Publishes Memoirs Charleston City Paper

Worcester’s Mark Epstein shares his path to happiness in book ‘They Call Me Pathfinder; Education, Basketball, Equality’

COACH JIM CALHOUN coached the University of Connecticut’s Huskies to three men’s NCAA Basketball Championships. Coach Calhoun says, «Mark Epstein’s story and book, THEY CALL ME PATHFINDER, Education-Basketball-Equality, are what our nation and country have been built on. For a lot of people in this country who enjoy sports and pray for equality it is a great story. Well done, Pathfinder!»

CHRISTINE JACKSON, first cousin to Coretta Scott King, says, «THEY CALL ME PATHFINDER, Education-Basketball-Equality is a book everyone should read. Thank you, Mark, for writing this story. Pathfinder is a hero among us.»

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