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I Want To Follow Good, Strong Black Men

The quiet violence of denying Black men opportunities to redeem themselves prevents them from being seen as good and strong, making Black communities weaker.

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I am thankful for most of my adult life to be surrounded by good Black men. Not perfect men, but good ones. My childhood, like so many…

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AfroSapiophile is a hub for critical thinking and analysis pertaining to civil rights, human rights, systemic racism and sexism across politics, entertainment, and history.

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Marley K.

Marley K.

I live to make White Supremacy unhappy. Racism isn’t nice, so don’t expect nice here. Buy Merch | www.marleyk.net/merch | Follow me on Twitter | @MarleyK20 |

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