Have today’s youth found rappers as a good substitute for the father figure? Gee Joyner and Earle Fisher join us for their always thought provoking dialogue on the subject. Does the idolization or the creation of rappers as role models and father-figures and fathers hurt our young Black men? Many young black males and females dress like, walk like, and talk like their favorite Hip Hop artist, so who’s raising whom? Have rappers become the fathers via MTV or BET through shows like 106 and Park? Let’s talk about it! Read the article Have Rappers Replaced the Black Dad? Follow the link below:
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