Sunday, December 19, 2021

David Adefeso Is Addressing Black Men And Forms Of Correctional Control - yuetu.info

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David Adefeso shared an important message on his social media account. Check out what he had to say in the post that he dropped on IG.


A fan said: ‘It’s insane! we have to master it so well that we all don’t end up making their plan win. We must help our young boys with good luck ducation , protection , keeping drugs off our streets and teaching them skills of what to do when faced with police brutality , we must try as much as we can to save our future.’





A commenter posted this: ‘Call it what it is…. Sentenced! Don’t do the crime if one can’t do the TIME ! And BTW… didn’t African Tribes participate in the slave movement by selling one another … miss me with your HYPOCRISY sir.’


A follower said: ‘Tell them to act like human beings we are fond of comparing ! If we going to be honest with ourselves Blacks themselves hate each other! It’s time to let things go ! We too bitter ! Why ?’


A fan posted this: ‘Generational curse American black men were raised without men in there life and the men that were strayed to the streets as if they didn’t have guidance it is a very big problem in America.’


One fan said: ‘Can we deduct from this number the actual violent ones! The ones who kill, beat their girlfriends, stalk, threaten, rob, burglarized! Some deserve to be there and kept far from society!’


Someone else said: ‘If u think America is not good …. Kindly go back to your country ! We too ungrateful! Why ???? Our own black sisters n brothers ( “black Americans)” r racist towards their own black brothers from Africa … and u expect these ones ( whites) to hold us down n cherish us ! Cmon ! Be real to urself for once!’


Also, David Adefeso shared a message in which he addresses the key to solving an important problem. Check out his post here.


‘Driven by the generational cycles of poverty we are all too familiar with, violence and homicides are skyrocketing in our communities. While we may not have caused the problem in the first place, it is incumbent on us to take the initiative and help our communities break these cycles that are holding us back generation after generation, with no end in sight,’ David captioned his post.

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