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Historically, Africans living in America have been the unwitting subjects of " experiments ". Most infamous is the Tuskegee Experiment which spanned a course of approximately 50 years. Additionally, Margaret Sanger, the American female version of Hitler ( who inspired Hitler ), spent her professional career trying to wipe-out " the yellow and black menace " in America. As recently as 2007, lead-laced manure was placed upon the yards of black residents in Louisiana in order to " study the effects that lead had upon children who played on these lawns. " Now, an epidemic of feminine behavior among black boys and men is creeping it's way into the black community. Is this a product of nature, nurture, or both ? Listen-in to hear why this trend may be inclusive of both.
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