There is a tendency now to want to constantly rehabilitate the Black man as patriarch. And I have problems with positing that as the goal of the community. Yes - I struggle with and for my brother. I speak with and for my brother. But I think my brother has an equal responsibility to speak with and for me.
Word to Angela Davis, from “Black is…Black ain’t”
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