Culturally we are hanging off the edge of a cliff.
Black men — how many other racial groups do you know where a government, in-partnership with media, consistently publicizes that that culture’s women are the head of household. Black men, we are far past the evilities of emasculation, and are seared into the minds of our cultural peers as “the” so-called ‘inferior group.'”
Our way off cliff’s edge is to copy a page from African American women’s playbook, and that’s to say, mitigate the things that are redirecting our intellectual and financial capital toward people, businesses and things that don’t strengthen us, nor have our best interests out front.
It is absolutely critical that Black men start pulling together now. It begins with the educated, trained, experienced, and affluent making a concerted effort to target Black men; putting them on track to becoming rich, wealthy and powerful leaders in the communities they live.
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