"Writing is for me a way to both heal myself and to attempt to heal or address longstanding issues that need to be brought out into the open."
A common question when the topic of patriarchy is broached is the question of “What will we replace it with?” I read this as a question of fear.
In article four of five in the patriarchy series, Daniel argues that Black men must be vocal and stand up for Black women in order for us all to survive.
In article three of five in the patriarchy series, Daniel argues that Black men must hold each other accountable for their devaluation of Black women.
Article two of five in a patriarchy series—from the mouth of a Black man to the ears of Black men—written by the multi-talented Daniel Johnson.
Part one in a five-part series on how patriarchy expresses itself in Black America. Written by Daniel Johnson.
Do not abandon your post as the vanguard between political posturing and intellectual accountability. That is where we need you.