la shawn barber’s corner
It happens to the best of them. There's a small typo in my Townhall column (can you spot it?) that I hope the editor will fix sometime today. This kind of thing can ruin a day, but I won't let it. Too much to do! Anyway, check out my review of What Black Men Think. An excerpt:I freed thousands of slaves. I could have freed thousands more, if they had known they were slaves. – Harriet Tubman
Stereotypes and myths perpetuated by the government, the media, and so-called black leadership about black men fuel an “undeclared civil war” between black men and women, according to Morton. The film features man-on-the-street interviews, interspersed with commentary from conservative and moderate black writers like Shelby Steele, actor Joseph C. Phillips, Jesse L. Peterson, John McWhorter, Armstrong Williams, FOX News analyst Juan Williams, former Maryland lieutenant governor Michael Steele, Mychal Massie, and Earl Ofari Hutchinson.
Morton was inspired to make the documentary after hearing an alarming and well-known statistic. While watching a C-SPAN debate between Juan Williams and professor and author Michael Eric Dyson, he heard Williams say that 70 percent of black babies were born out of wedlock. Morton said he didn’t believe him until he looked it up.
Continue reading What Black Men Think.
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