The Government’s War on Black Families

By the Price of Business, Radio Partners of US Daily Review.  Featuring Doug Williams, US Daily Review and Price of Business Contributor. 

M-F at 8 pm CST on http://1070knth.com, hosted by US Daily Review Publisher/Editor in Chief, Kevin Price.
Demetrius Minor was on the Price of Business discussing the government’s war on black families.
He also wrote about it recently in his column:
As we celebrate and acknowledge the significance of Black History Month, we remember those who paved the way for success and progress among the black community. We remember the dream of Martin Luther King, Jr. to promote racial equality and to eradicate poverty and injustice. We remember the bravery and courage of Rosa Parks that ignited the Civil Rights Movement. We remember the education visionaries such as Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. DuBois.

The task that this generation faces to preserve these legacies and accomplishments is to strengthen the modern day black family. The structure of the family is crucial in meeting social and economic needs.

It is essential and highly imperative that the role of the father be exemplified in black families. Many of the young black men that find themselves shackled to the chains of jails and prisons have lacked a strong father figure in their lives. Fathers provide wisdom, insight, discipline and encouragement. Nobody can serve as a greater role model than a father that is present in their children’s lives. Being a father is much more than being a semen donor. It requires having a consistent and active presence. It’s a father’s unconditional love that not only helps his children as they are growing up, but also allows them to treat other people in society with dignity and respect. A father’s love encourages his children to always dream and pursue their goals, and enthusiastically encourages them to be whatever they set their minds to be.

It’s a father discipline and maturity that will teach his children financial structure and how to provide the basic essential needs for their future families.

It is also a father’s spiritual hand… (read more)

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