Psychology of rappers and wounded young, Black men

This is also cross-posted at MarketingPopCulture.com.

The fight is not only for creative freedom, but also for healing.  The problems that plague the African-American community are deep, to say the least.  And the responses need to be more nuanced.  Broad strokes won’t work anymore.  I wonder if anyone outside the Black community is listening?

Hat tip to The Couch Sessions for the heads-up.

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  1. Garrett November 15, 2007 at 16:23 #

    …It’s hard to heal if you do not know, or cannot admit, that you are wounded: and if you are inclined to refer to your wounds, and the effects of your wounds (anger; drinking; criminality) as reasons for pride…

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