I'm noticing an overwelming desire to help Young Adults in the Black community find their way. I'm noticing this within myself and among my peers. On the flip side, I perceive a generation gap or two that makes the effort a little tentative. I mean look, I'm 45 years old and to be honest with you, sometimes I don't know what to say to some of these younger folks.
But, I guess my destire to make a difference, outweighs my perceived disconnect, because I have found myself in the company of a bunch of young folks that agewise, could be my children ;-)
Join me Wednesday October 29th at 10:00 pm Central Time as I interview 24 year old Brandon who has allowed me to peak into his life to better understand some of the things he and his generation are going through. Brandon is going to talk to us about his journey to University which turned out not to be for him.
He's going to talk about coming back home and being depressed. With a lowered vibration he tells us how he almost got caught up in the drug life. But, the memory of his industrious Dad taking him to work at the Alsip Swap-O-Rama turned Brandon into an Online EBAY businessman instead of a tragic Statistic.
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