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Childrearing and the psychological impact of beatings

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In this episode we will explore Afrikan childrearing and the psychological ramifications of our long culture of beating our children as a form of discipline. Is this practice successful in rearing our children yesterday and today? Does this form of discipline reinforce violence among black children? Does this form of discipline have anything to do with domestic violence and self hate within our community? What other options do we have in enforcing discipline on our children other than to beat them? Join Ambassador Ausar and Mr. Holipsism as we discuss this important issue within our community. Let's take an honest look at the deep psychological effects beatings have had within our culture.

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