Solutions For Black America

In this book, Jawanza Kunjufu argues that both the media and the black community spend too much time discussing the problems faced by African Americans, rather than focusing on solutions. He aims to shift this narrative by proposing solutions in various areas, including education, family, health, economics, politics, organization, and Afrocentricity. Kunjufu expresses concern about the high poverty rates among African Americans, questioning the effectiveness of affirmative action and integration. The book also explores differing viewpoints within the black community, such as those between Ward Connerly and Jesse Jackson, as well as Clarence Thomas and Al Sharpton. Additionally, Kunjufu examines the impact of slavery on current issues and advocates for self-responsibility in addressing these challenges.

By Dr Jawanza Kunjufu


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