Unless and until more black leaders address the problems within the black community - beginning with education and child rearing - the frustrations among specifically black men are going to be taken out the wrong way and against the wrong people.<quoted text>
Good morning thread racists & hate monger.
The 1950's & 60's was over a half century ago, moron.
Just keep that hate going, racist. You make a perfect tool, clown.
It's easier for them to blame society as a whole; particularly, white society, as the cause of being victims rather than address why they continue to allow themselves to be victims.
The dropout rate is the highest among blacks and the percentage of black single mothers is over 70%. They would also have to ask themselves why they keep voting for the same party who thrive on their perceived victimization to get their vote to stay in power to keep promoting their desire to be perceived as victims.
It's a vicious cycle that has to be broken. Only black leaders with the right message can do it.
I'm starting to hear them, thank goodness, but I'm not the one who needs to hear them.