Is it 'in style' for Black mothers to raise there sons to be anything but strong and responsible men. Have Black women been conditioned to raise their sons to be less masculine to avoid being assaulted or killed by police? Where is the Black man's voice in situations like this? The educational system tends to send more Black boys to remedial and special-ed classes, while Black girls are better prepared to succeed. The majority of teachers in the public school system are white females. Is this taking a toll on our Black youth-Black males in particular? We are looking for answers on SBN Radio.
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