The altruistic, ecologically friendly thing to do is to adopt, not breed. Homo sapiens as a species passed our sustainable limit decades ago. The world is becoming overpopulated and there is a limited amount of water, land and other resources to go around. Never mind our contribution to global warming and collective eco-footprint. In a world where a child dies from hunger every 6 seconds, what is the point of reproducing? Why create more humans when there are already millions of children that need loving parents and homes? If you really love Black people, why make a disctinction between Black children that you would be genetically related to and already existing Black children who need loving parents and homes? I would give almost anything to see the world's human population be reduced to somewhere in the millions. I think we should go back to living in very small communities like we did throughout most of our existence as a species. Another thing that Black people must do (we shouldn't just "consider" this, we have to do it) is to live a vegan lifestyle. Not only is human exploitation of non-human animals morally wrong in itself but it's ecologically disastrous. The cows we raise for food, milk and leather contribute to around 18% of all greenhouse gas emissions. Most grains and cereals grown in the U.S, as well as clean water, is fed to domesticated non-human animals in slaughterhouses. Something like 60% of all the corn (or soy) in the U.S is fed to chickens, cows and pigs and it takes around 700 gallons of water to produce one hamburger. Besides not procreating and living a vegan lifestyle, we should also try taking cold showers instead of long, hot ones, using fluorescent light bulbs instead of incandescent ones, carpooling, taking the bus or walking when possible, using a clothesline instead of a drying machine etc. but all of the efforts to reduce one's carboon footprint are pointless if we're just going to create more footprints.