Black men: obsolete, single, dangerous? : Afrikan American families in transition : essays in discovery, solution, and hope

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Third World Press, 1990 - Social Science - 273 pages
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The author examines the trends effecting negative changes on the African American male and responds with solutions. Sold in excess of 500,000 copies, a Third World Press best seller.

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Review: Black Men, Obsolete, Single, Dangerous?: The Afrikan American Family in Transition

User Review  - Michael Bell - Goodreads

I began this book at Howard University but never finished it. The author lays out a road map for Black male empowerment. There are chapters on parenting, relationships and faith among many others. The shooting of the unarmed Man in Charleston yesterday makes me want to read this again. Read full review

Review: Black Men, Obsolete, Single, Dangerous?: The Afrikan American Family in Transition

User Review  - Ken - Goodreads

excellent book. inspired me to be a more productive husband father and man. Read full review

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The B Network poem
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Toward a Definition
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The Question
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