The lives of Black men and Women in the US (and Worldwide) have long been adversely affected by negative public perceptions. Media images and words are known to have the greatest impact on the perceptions of people with less real-world experience.
Not only does the media’s reluctance to provide more balanced perspectives of our African-American male population worsen cultural division among all people. The mass media is certainly aware of its vast power to shape popular ideas, opinions and attitudes. They should become equally cognizant of their role as a mechanism of social change for the better of all.
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