Opinion: The Black Boogeyman Lie

Opinion: The Black Boogeyman Lie (moguldom.com)

This is an interesting piece written by Torraine Walker. And i think he raises some key points by grounding this conversation around Black men in history. However, i believe this conversation is nuanced and like he said there is “No one can deny that there are serious community issues between Black men, Black women and Black LGBTQIA people that must be worked out”.  So this needs to be an ongoing conversation that values everyone’s experiences but keeping in mind conversation and dialogues are not always easy. What are your thoughts??

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