Black Teenagers : To The Younger Black Posters:

Discussion in 'Black Teenagers - Teenz Exprezzed!' started by chuck, Apr 26, 2013.

  1. chuck

    chuck Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    What are your favorite books etc. that reflect you and yours in a positive light?

    Holla back...

    Thanks!

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    Favorite book was Robinson Crusoe.

    Others include The republic, there eyes were watching God, The Kite Runner
     
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    Once past generations of black people, be it the young freedom riders, by the way of sit ins etc. that generation was and is associated with being positive and progressive role models...

    Add to that, even after being labeled as being young 'black militants', Panther chapters were and are associated with what is now a federally backed public school breakfast programs for less well off young children...

    Instead, black gang youth (and the street life subculture) is what today's black youth are being linked with, i. e., by the way of guilt by (mere) association, whereas I believe those are self promoting notion overhyped by our peoples enemies...

    So what I was and i am hoping for are modern books and/or fresh viewpoints...

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    chuck Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I'm also inviting the teens and twenty somethings to speak up and out...

    FYI
     
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