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
Here is the seminal and critical work that helped solidify Haki Madhubuti as an informed, passionate, and caring commentator on Black life, culture, relationships, and the development and stability of the Black community. In Black Men, an integral text for anyone with vested interest in building healthy, thriving Black families and communities, Madhubuti takes aim at some of the critical issues facing the African American family. He offers useful, pointed, practical solutions for overcoming these obstacles and challenges.

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Dr. Haki R. Madubhubuti is poet, publisher and educator. He is one of the early prominent voices in the Black Arts Movement of the 1960s; he is a Distinguished Professor at Chicago State University, the President of Third World Press and the founder and Board Member of two private elementary schools, one charter elementary school and a charter high school in Chicago.

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