Originally published in 2015, ‘Young Black Men’ still rings in our ears.
“As a person who was raised by a racist parent and learned better in college when I made black friends, I still feel guilty for the pain I inflicted in my ignorance. I’ll never forget where I’ve come from. As long as I live, I carry the burden of expiation. I deeply value what these young men have to teach me.” – from Nutsrok, Linda Bethea of Greenwood Louisiana
from Chicago Illinois,
Gospel Recording Artist AnewDuo w/ Born to Win
The Neighborhood Proudly Presents….
‘Young Black Men’
a generational collaborative of peace respect & love
Baton Rouge Louisiana
In 1968, the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., had no way of knowing that his life would be taken away from him 5 years after he delivered his famous “I had a Dream” speech on the…
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