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Published on Jul 22, 2012
This is a clip from Part 1 of "The Media's Deliberate Destruction Of The African-American Family" by Bro. Michael of The African History Network Show. It's Item #729 at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com. Don't miss "PART 2: THE MEDIA'S DELIBERATE DESTRUCTION OF THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN FAMILY" by Michael Imhotep of The African History Network Show, Sat. July 28th, 2pm-7pm at Nandi's Knowledge Cafe, 12511 Woodward Ave., Highland Park, MI. (4 Blocks South of the Davison Fwy between Glendale & Highland St.) FREE EVENT, Donations Accepted.
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We had so much information in Part 1 that we only got through 20% of it. By popular demand, here is Part 2. This presentation will deal with the negative depictions of African-Americans in the media as well as statistics that are released that are designed to cause hysteria in the African-American Community such as: 70% of African-American women are Single. We'll show how this and other statistics are misrepresented to cause hysteria in the community and to further weaken us. It's time to start turning to one another and stop turning on one another.
Topics Will Include:
1) How excessive TV Watching damages the self-esteem of African- American Children?
2) We'll deal some history of African-Americans in Movies and TV especially our negative depictions.
3) The Negative Effects of Commercialized Hip-Hop
4) The Media's ATTACK on African-American Men
5) False information regarding our marriage rates, and single rates and more, (i.e. 70% of African-American women are single. 42.7% of African-American women have never been married, etc.)
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