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The Endangered Black Family: Coping With the Unisexualization and Coming Extinction of the Black Race
by Nathan and Julia Hare

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Format: Paperback, 192 pages
Classification: Nonfiction
ISBN13: 9780961308605
Imprint: Black Think Tank
Publisher: Black Think Tank
Parent Company: Black Think Tank
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Book Description:

“…one of the most important analyses to appear in the last fifteen years.”—Haki Madhubuti, Poet, Publisher, Educator.

Others have likewise praised The Endangered Black Family and its novel insights into black male/female relations, black family destruction and black male suppression particularly after the black male was placed on a backburner from 1969 to 1984. Called prescient and complimented for it’s foresight in today, The Endangered Black Family is the final and compelling compendium of fifteen years of relentless investigation by a husband-wife team, told in the lucid language of the layman, yet documented and authoritative.

Written by the founding editors of the journal, “Black Male/Female Relationships,” The Endangered Black Family is widely regarded as the most insightful and courageous book ever written on the subject of black male/female conflict and trouble. Aside from an account of how the family and reproductive agendas of a white dominated society agitated the decay of the black family and family relationships, this book spotlights a plethora of insights and information in chapters such as:

  • What Makes a Man a Pimp?
  • The Pimp—Whore Complex: Learning to Love/Hate
  • The Successful Black Woman’s Man Problem
  • Blues for Snow White: The White Woman/Black Man Attraction
  • Why Black Women are Turning to Suicide
  • Who Killed Black Sexuality?
  • What is Black Feminism? What is Black Masculinity?
  • Coping with Alienation in the Coming Bad Years
  • What’s ahead in “The Second Stage.”


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