Brother Buzz! Watch Save My Son on TV One | Tales of Families Struggling to Save Their Sons
Let me just say first and foremost that in my passion for being the storyteller for advocates and activists, I am completely dumbfounded as to why more men are not involved in the lives of young Black boys. I will say, contrary to popular belief, when I need a headline about someone doing the work with our young men, the stories are there for me to come by, but few and far between. Good men do good things. However, their stories are not often told.
We can play blame game all day long — blaming women, schools, systems, society etc. But the one way to fix young black boys is man to man and men to boys. We have enough stats and data. We need men. Our boys need men.
TV One has continuously brought forth great program. This season there is a show called Save My Son. Watch and share the video.
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Beginning Wednesday, September 26, at 9/8c, tune in to a powerful new documentary series, Save My Son, which tells the tales of families struggling to save the sons who have fallen victim to bad influences and wrong choices. Hosted by renowned educator Dr. Steve Perry, Save My Son sheds light on an all-too-familiar story in the African-American community, one that occurs across the entire socioeconomic spectrum.
Each show features an intervention with loved ones, a therapist, host Dr. Steve Perry, and a celebrity mentor who offers inspiration, support and insight into what choosing a different path can mean. has walked in the young man’s footsteps. Dr. Perry will venture into these young men’s communities and give viewers an unfiltered look into their daily lives and struggles.
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Does it work? YES. How do I know? Been there done that and made an impact. It works. It stops young men from going to prison. It stops them from disrespecting women and themselves. Young men who witness a positive bull or alpha male don’t walk around with their pants at their knees. They don’t come upon some body’s property and decide they will take their stuff or their life. Their brain and their conscience works when they have the right bull male to emulate, father or not.
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