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Min. Louis Farrakhan describes how slavery convinced black women to disrespect black men and how strong black men were trained to have weak minds.  He says that this led to black women filling up the colleges and black men filling up the jails.  Farrakhan argues that this issue affects black men and women to this day. He also talks about how rap turned from conscious music to gangster rap, where killing black men, disrespecting women and Willie Lynch behavior became the norm in the black community.  Farrakhan argues that this has accelerated the internal divides among African Americans that exist to this day. Farrkhan:  ”We are worse now as a people than we have ever, ever been.”

Louis Farrakhan Talks about How The Black Man Was Broken Down in Front of His Family

Min. Louis Farrakhan describes how slavery convinced black women to disrespect black men and how strong black men were trained to have weak minds.  He says that this led to black women filling up the colleges and black men filling up the jails.  Farrakhan argues that this issue affects black men and women to this day.

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  1. Farrakhan doesn’t hold his tongue for no one. You must respect a man like him, regardless of how you feel about what he stands for.

  2. It’s truly amzing to me, and that’s the paucity in black relationships especially, that an “eligible” man is directly proportional to how many degrees he have, what type of degree, and my favorite, from what school. It is very rare indeed that spirituality is ever mentioned and or considered; which is-in my viewpoint-sustainable success. Besides, a true education is not limited within the walls of academia, but rather outside of it through independent study and meditation.

  3. I guess I would also have to add that a lot of young recently educated black women, don’t want black men. That’s not being accounted for at all. We have had several panels and forums at school about the topic of education impacting relationships, and me, like other educated young black women, have discovered that a lot of women do not feel that there are any ELIGIBLE black men worth the time and effort of being courted or marrying. It has been discussed that if a black man has not received a degree or a few from a well known school or institution, that he is not fit. There are a lot of things un-accounted for that many do not look at. This of course is causing the Independent Women’s Movement. So who can answer this and how will it be answered?? Will black men become educated, and morally cleansed so that black women such as myself will become interested in black men???

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