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This movie also will admit that there are some African-American Men who are indeed no good but on the same token there's just as many Good African-American Men as well.

It was a personal challenge to tell his personal story through the lead character Jimmy Jean-Louis. See more » A Must-See "All Men...especially Black Men Are Dogs and No Good" is the typical stereotypes that some African-American Women say about the African-American Male but this film takes you on a inside journey with real African-American men who are NOT like that but it's the Angry & Bitter Black woman who have been scorned in previous relationships because of the bad choices she made fail to look at her own responsibilities and chooses to take it out and assume all Black Men are useless.I enjoy this movie cause it's a focus on the conscious but on the other hand, the negative I have to say about this movie I feel the documentary part could've been a bit shortened in between segments.They are about to celebrate their 18th-wedding anniversary when Helen comes home to find her clothes packed up in a U-Haul van parked in the driveway.However, there is now a new wardrobe of designer clothes in the closet.As a group, black men have also fallen behind in education and income, just as black women have surged ahead.

Two black women graduate from college for every black man.

That may be an exaggeration, but anyway I am super into VW as well as the progression of our society toward a more loving, open way of living. Virginia it is likely that there would be no me nor so many others. And though we’ve come a long-ass way in the last 48 years, we still have a long-ass way to go before we’re free from the fears and limitations and separations of race. Can you imagine how lovely things might be if we defaulted to perceived sameness?

This is inspiring and undeniable progress for which I am grateful. Le sigh ❤ So here’s the Volkswagen commercial and here’s to normalizing blackness on the road to normalizing togetherness. What we regularly see depicted in the media is often what we subconsciously regard as being normal.

After all, the alternative is often no marriage or relationship at all. This crisis in the black “relationship market”, as Mr Banks calls it, starts with a “man shortage”.

The collapse of marriage among blacks is well documented (see chart), but not the sexual, psychological, emotional and social toll this has taken on black women. About one in ten black men in their early thirties are in prison.

Diary of a Tired Black Man is a simple story about the complex relationships between black men and black women.