Cosby, Poussaint to Blacks: 'Come On, People'

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Bill Cosby and Dr. Alvin Poussaint

Bill Cosby and Dr. Alvin Poussaint discuss Come On, People during a recent taping of NBC's Meet the Press. Getty Images for Meet the Press hide caption

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Actor-comedian Bill Cosby and Dr. Alvin Poussaint are highlighting what they say is a culture of victimhood among African-Americans. Their new book Come On People: On the Path from Victims to Victors explores their collective vision for black America.

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Come On, People

On the Path from Victims to Victors

by Bill Cosby and Alvin F. Poussaint

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