Thank you for joining this segment of The Struggle Continues. This week we present a two part program that look at two sides of our struggle. In days past, black people, in particular, caught hell from every aspect of life. Those conditions forced Blacks to do for self and take care of each other; Blacks created a good out of that which was meant for harm. For example, research "Black Wall Street."
In this post-Civil Rights era, the problems created by this designed plan are not always easy to identify and developing solutions leave even the brightest among us puzzled! The prevailing argument by the masses is that your conditions result from the choices you make. Personally, my standing argument is why are some people forced to choose from things that should not even be choice selections in the first place.
In part one we talk with young entrepreneurs Tenyse Williams and Mario Daniels who have founded a magazine called "Dapper Dads!" "Dapper Dads" addresses the needs of fathers. Wiliams and Daniels talk about how the concept developed and some of the struggles they face in "trying to do the right thing." "Dapper Dads" debuts on Father's Day 2014! Let's encourage them and find out how you can get your copy and be a part of this history in the making.
In part two we look at the other side of our too familiar struggle. We talk with our very own Hilda K. Broday who has received another request from an inmate within the prison system asking for help. New Jersey prisons are riddled with oppression and abuse! Our efforts to help inmates in Alabama were effective! Now, we try to help inmates in the state of New Jersey! North or south, east or west, there is no where left to run; we have got to stand and fight! We are open to all suggestions.
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