Video | Changing Coverage of Black Males in Media

Hat tip Rikyrah & Black Politics on the Web

We not going to let Paul Ryan or anyone else DEFINE US.

On April 24, Armstrong Williams led a thought provoking discussion centered around the images of African American males in the media. The discussion hit key points relating to stereotypes, family, and perception.

Here’s the panel:

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“One of the highlights of my time with our panel at DCTV was when Mr. Simmons said: “African-Americans are the most creative people on the face of the planet.” I along with millions of Americans throughout the country believe this to be true.

EZ Street
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Janks Morton
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3 Responses to Video | Changing Coverage of Black Males in Media

  1. WBMT says:

    Thanks for posting

  2. rikyrah says:

    Father, son graduate from college together

    by theGrio | May 6, 2014 at 11:07 AM

    Sherwood Brown Jr. and his father Sherwood Brown Sr. graduated from college Saturday – together.

    The father and son each received their degrees from Florida A&M University’s School of Business and Industry, according to a news release from the university’s official website. Sherwood Jr. entered FAMU in 2008 with his eyes set on a career in the music industry. He took classes in FAMU’s Department of Music and courses on the “business of music,” in SBI.

    Sherwood’s father graduated from FAMU with a bachelor’s degree more than 20 years ago. He made a promise to himself to return to FAMU and complete a Masters in Business Administration, which he finally did this past weekend.

    http://thegrio.com/2014/05/06/father-son-graduate-college-together-famu/

    • Ametia says:

      thanks so much for this, Rikyrah. You and I both know that this these types of achievements by our brothers are not an anomaly.

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