Hosted and moderated by founder Torrence Brannon-Reese, a panel at a symposium on Black manhood, held Sunday at the KRST Unity Center of AfRaKan Spiritual Science challenged four African American males from various walks of life to share their personal stories and philosophical views regarding “The challenges of the Black male today.”
Invited panelists—Michael Datcher, David Horne, Ph.D., Solomon Tubbs Foster, and Pianky (Grasshoppa), reflected on pivotal instances that affected their personal development.
The consensus among panelists suggested that African Americans must become responsible for their communities and rear their young collectively, instilling in them morals, goals, and accountability.
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