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Black Men and Leadership

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I have a dream...50 Years later

 

RESCHEDULE FROM PREVIOUS WEEK.

I would like to focus specifically on mentoring Black male teens. This month in Detroit, Black young males 13-18 and the child of a single mom, can participate in Steve Harvey’s MANHOOD 101 Mentoring Program. September is International Self-Improvement Month and what better way to honor it than to help improve the lives of our young black men.

All of us have to take responsibility for our sons, Without BLACK MEN, how can we expect to have wholeness in our Black community, and we all have witnessed the pain or losing so many of our Black youth, Men are rotectors, and we need Black Men who are leaders, trailblazers, and community organizers who treasure their race and culture enough to lead change. BLACK MEN who are not afraid to be differenc, so their daughters, wives, sisters, mothers and female friends can find safety in their strength and leadership.

We are 50 yrars later after Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” Speech, and where are the masses of young black men as leaders for social justice? During the Detroit Freedom March last June, our frontlines should have been 3-lines deep of Black Men in Leadership in addition to Rev. Jesse Jackson, Rev. Al Sharpton, Tony Brown, and Rev. Wendell Anthony.

We need our Black Men!!

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