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The Black Man's Burden: Exploding The Myth of the "Dead Beat Dad"

Is it that Black Men have gotten a bad rap and it's just stuck for all these years. You know the saying, "You can't make a first impression twice." Have we all been guilty of perpetuating a horrible stereotype?
Are you a responsible black man or know some that you would like to honor? The bad rap ends today, let's make it known to the world that black men love and care for their family and want the same things everyone else wants for their children. Check out this article from Dr. Umar Johnson.

Dr. Umar Johnson is a Doctor of Clinical Psychology, Nationally Certified School Psychologist, Child Therapist, Political Scientist, Pan-Afrikanist & Parent Advocate. An expert presenter, Dr. Umar, as he is known to the African-American community, is an informational and motivational speaker, who will be releasing his first book, "Psycho-Academic Holocaust Against Black Boys: The Diary of a Mad Black Psychologist" on November 11, 2012.

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