Fatherhood

Bill Cosby: Psycho Dad

Bill Cosby has been hit with more rape allegations in the last month than any celebrity I can think of in my entire life. I have never liked Bill Cosby though. I have always believed he was one of the biggest hypocrites and arrogant judges of Black America. In the wake of this avalanche of growinf allegations, there is much to reflect on in the man we now know as, Psycho Dad*.

*Yes I know he did not go to court yet. Dudes still trippin'.

Also, I got pulled over by the cops just the other day in a car with no tags in a car I've been trying to fix and a suspended license (I need to pay this ticket for real). The experience made me reflect more deeply on cops and average citizens in America. Be prepared to think differently.

Special Episode 15.5: Trayvon Martin and the Reflections of A Black Father

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In the shadow of all the racial and political posturing since verdict of the George Zimmerman, one thing has been lost. The discussion about a father losing his son. Here, Adisa Banjoko talks frankly about the fears, frustrations and faith a Black American father must have in 2013.  

More than Black and White, more than Republican and Democrat- we are missing the story of a father and his son.  

More than Black and White, more than Republican and Democrat- we are missing the story of a father and his son.