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“For Our Sons”: A new documentary and you can get it for FREE!


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New York, NY (PRWEB) July 20, 2009 — Toward the end of his life, tennis legend and activist Arthur Ashe sat down and wrote a letter to his young daughter to be read and re-read for inspiration and comforted as she got older and he wasn’t around. The letter was, and is, a timeless “literary broadcast” of life lessons and love for a soon to be fatherless child. The genesis of the documentary For Our Sons is in that same vein. It is a “cinematic broadcast” of life lessons and love for the many fatherless black boys in the US who are in danger of becoming a statistic.

That is the intro that leads to this FREE documentary.  This is not necessarily a “Black” thing only… because I personally feel that we are ALL connected.  What one person does, can infinitely affect the next.  While I am very concerned about the road that our little black boys and young black men seem to be heading towards (now more than ever), this is a film I think everyone should see.  I ordered my FREE copy today.  It really is time to “stop this cycle of madness” within our community… it’s time to face it head on and make changes.  What’s at risk if we don’t?  At the risk of sounding overly melodramatic, the Black race is set to kill itself off!  Do YOU care about that at all?!  I sure hope so.  Take the time to read the full article and claim your FREE copy today!  Follow this link: http://www.prweb.com/releases/black/parents/prweb2592594.htm for the full skinny!  “Each one, teach one”!  Peace!

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