Discussion in 'Black Men - Fathers - Brothers - Sons' started by We, Sep 9, 2005.
What is the biggest challenge you face daily as an Afrikan man?
It is a challenge to deal with a society that loves you, yet fears and loathes you.
Well said, my brotha...well said.
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I would say a serious challenge, (perhaps the biggest... I'm not sure) is ...
The attempt to garner and maintain respect and trust among my peers, other Afrikan males who have been socially, politically, and economically marginalized within Western society.
To not become a social pariah at work by actually expressing my true beliefs about certain social situations that are sure to make whites uncomfortable.
If I expressed my true feelings at work, I’d probably be arrested (fired at the very least)! Man....if they only knew!
To work around people who you have nothing in common with culturally, socially, and mentally for 9 hours a day.
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