The Generation Gap Caused By A Choice Between Two Cultures
This is a timely book that examines how hostile, powerful external forces such as de-industrialization, drugs, redevelopment, gentrification and the assassination of key Black leaders has created for the first time in Black communities conditions where Black people in the United States and globally have had to choose between two cultures, one based on a humane African and African American culture and the other based on a individualistic, materialistic, ant-female, violent Euo-centric culture.
The cultural choices facing Africans in the United States is made more difficult because too many Black youth and adults are not clear that we have a culture to choose from. This book provides a definitive examination of African American culture showing
that it is the most complex culture in the U.S. and it is the culture of popular choice in the world.