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What were the forces that drove more than a million Black men to gather together in Washington, D.C. on October 16, 1995 at what would become known as the MILLION MAN MARCH? Are those conditions still prevalent today? In America, there are tangible and intangible forces that make Black men more susceptible to failure, arrest, disease and death. These forces require most African-American men must swim upstream against a great current of injustice in order to succeed. The waves are racism, prejudice, limited economic and educational opportunities. "BLACK MAN'S BAGGAGE" delves into these currents and weights that Black men must overcome in America in order to try to acquire the American dream. This book is created from the mind of Glenn Towery who offers an eye opening seminar about the Million Man March at colleges, libraries and social venues nationwide. The seminar is titled "BLACK MAN'S BAGGAGE". If you can't attend a seminar reading this book is the next best... More > thing.< Less
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  • By Juanita Towery
    Nov 18, 2013
    Phenomenal book!! Every Black Man, young and old, should read this book!
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Fairy God Brother Productions & Film Company, LLC.
September 28, 2011
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