Building Stronger Communities Through Brotherhood

By Andre Scott

Published on March 15, 2024

During African Collective Brotherhood Month, Dray Scott delivers a touching message to black men worldwide, emphasizing their pivotal role in shaping their families, communities, and society. Scott urges men to focus on strengthening their households, recognizing that true change begins at home. By taking on leadership roles within their families and instilling values of strength, unity, and education, men can lay the foundation for broader societal improvement. He highlights the historical systematic attempts to dismantle black families, “to remove the man from the household and reduced the man’s role in the household, and so once that was done so goes the kids and the gangs get them, prisons get them, the streets get them, and so goes the city and the community.”  Andre Scott calls for a reclamation of men’s roles as leaders and educators within their households. Scott empowers men to take control of their children’s education, emphasizing the importance of nurturing and bringing out the inherent potential within them. Through collective action and personal responsibility, men can pave the way for a brighter future for themselves and their communities.

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