[Black Men in the Community] (audio)
Bishop J. Howard Dell Collection
This recording starts with a man talking about how Black females have more control over change in their environment than Black males, calling it “fate control”. He talks about how Black men are socialized in the community and how they scare people even by how the way they walk. He talks about the crisis in the Black community with women in single parent households, and how there are not enough positive Black males. A man introduces an award to a man who thanks those to bring positive role models in the schools, among other honorees.
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"[Black Men in the Community] (audio)" (1979). J. Howard Dell Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. Recording 516.
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