If black people in America are not free, then none of us are really free.
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Black male leaders from across America attended a national conference and were humanized like never before. The post What Happened in a Room Full of Leaders to Make Them Cry appeared first on The Good Men Project.
We are beautiful human beings who refuse to be seen as racist objectifications conceptualized by a white racial framing. The post Sometimes I Cry: The Toxic Hypermasculinity Of Black Men appeared first on The Good Men Project.
America ensures everyone a right to peacefully protest, and that right is absent of a comfort-ability clause or fine print. The post Are There Really Right and Wrong Ways to Peacefully Protest? appeared first on The Good Men Project...
Whether they are veterans or victims of violence, black men are less likely to seek the help they need when they have post-traumatic stress disorder. The post He Cries Alone: Black Men And PTSD appeared first on The Good Men Project...