Outside of the Oval Office, I hope you continue to inspire change in cities like Chicago so that our people who are suffering can find resolution and hope.
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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.
Sabrina highlights two organizations whose founders share the mission of helping inner city youth survive and thrive through yoga and mindfulness.
Part one in a five-part series on how patriarchy expresses itself in Black America. Written by Daniel Johnson.
There are greater consequences, cultural consequences, long standing endorsement of police abuse when I utter the words "just comply" to my young child.
The psychological impact of constantly witnessing men and women killed by taxpayer-funded authority figures with no legal retribution cannot be ignored.
The notion of a free, successful and adored black woman was anathema to me for so long. We, as black men, need to face up to and deal with our own misogyny.
Some people still make assumptions based on someone's skin color. The sooner we see ourselves in each other, the sooner there won’t be another Sandra Bland.