of Black Women, Inc.
1250 Fourth Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024
United States of Native America
1 (202) 678 - 6788
for the betterment of your chances to take this article seriously. My mother raised me correctly and well, this is why I just wrote this and why I feel this Way--even though I'm a man. Several women in my life have helped me in my work to become a better man and help myself first, believe in GOD and believe in Black women and the need for their issues to be addressed properly. I was very happy when I heard women speak up and talk about the crisis with Black women when they were just about tired of all the Hub Bub about Black men, Black boys and Black male teens. Not to deny the Black men and Black males anything, but these inner city social issues need a great deal of help and attention from all of us. I am proud to be a man, but I LOVe to see Black women get their positive, deserved and needed rewards for the hard work and dedication they have given to the Black Family.