By Leonard R. Daniel, Jr.
Being born Black and American is a metaphysical dilemma I haven’t conquered yet, nor do I have the desire to do so. What I do dream of conquering is the negative stereotypes that accompany being born Black in America. While watching the local news, I saw images of a large physical altercation among young African Americans in a Minneapolis high school. These images forced me to ask myself a simple question: What if? What if young Black males in the U.S. simultaneously had an epiphany? Continue Reading →