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Reaching Out To Save Our Young Daughters Before It's Too Late!

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Half naked, twerking, foul-mouthed, self centered, loud, confrontational, always pissed of with an attitude, sexually aggressive and available to anyone for a price, rebellious to any word of righteous correction, lazy, hard to get along with, morally deficient and just downright ghetto.......

How many out here feel that there are too many of our young daughters who fit this description?

Both The Honorable Elijah Muhammad and Brother Minister Louis Farrakhan have stated over the decades that "A Nation Can Rise No Higher Than The Condition Of Its Woman", as we look around today in the present atmosphere of our world should it surprise us at the state of our community in its overall decadence?

This particular episode of The LanceScurv Show will not be one that will cast the blame off on any of our daughters who find themselves covered under he sad umbrella of poverty, illiteracy, teen pregnancy, H.I.V. infection, unemployment, homelessness etc.

While in order to rectify any issue that are prevalent in our wayward Sisters young and old, we must be fearless enough to delve deep into the reality of the situation making a fair assessment of the actual conditions before moving in to correct it without wearing the blinding cloak of denial.

Also, I definitely acknowledge our Sisters who ARE doing the right thing as they are many, the so called mainstream media most often doesn't give them the visibility for their accomplishments.

Tonight it won't be about pointing the finger but about finding the solutions to those lingering challenges that for some reason seem to be getting worse as the years go by.

So if a nation can go no higher than its woman, even though some of us may have made it through this stigma successfully we need to remember that we are part of that same chain that will affect us all if we allow the weaker links to snap.

See you at showtime.......

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