Everyone remembers Carlton from the hit TV show Fresh Prince of Bel Air. When he burst onto the scene his unique mix of quirk, smarts, goofiness, and vocabulary immediately made him fooder for all kinds of jokes. Most of the country would just sit back and watch him play the comedy "straight man" to Will Smith's character, innocent right? But, in the black community he represented so much more. Some black men saw themselves and could painfully relate to his struggles to fit in ane be liked, while others looked at him with a hate and disdain centuries in the making. Sadly, while most of America could relate to Carlton most black folks saw a clown, lame, bujee kind of "fool" with whom they couldn't relate. In this VLOG we discuss how so many black men are on the outside looking into our OWN community and ask "Am I Black Too?" and why our own people see us they can't relate. The phone lines will be open.
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