Black Men And Masculinity

Join Ray Suarez for a provocative round table discussion of black masculinity. Black men are redefining their roles in society and charting the course for the next generation of young African-Americans. Three prominent thinkers share their experiences and offer their reflections of the future of black manhood. Guests: Earl Ofari Hutchinson Author Assassination of the Black Image (Middle Passage, 1994) Beyond O.J.: Race, Sex, and Class: Lessons for America (Middle Passage, 1996) Los Angeles, CA Darrell Dawsey Author Living To Tell About It: Young Black Men in America Speak Their Piece (Anchor, 1996) New York City, NY Don Belton Author Speak My Name: Black Men on Masculinity and the American Dream (Beacon, 1996) Boston, MA Listeners call in

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