The Future of the Black Family

Acton Research Fellow Anthony B. Bradley joins a panel on NPR's News and Notes show to discuss the current state and future of the black family in the United States. The discussion, hosted by Farai Chideya, was spurred by recent statements from comedian Bill Cosby and others on the issue. Other Panelists on the program included Jerry Large, staff columnist for The Seattle Times; and Theresa Mohammed, an English professor at Onondaga College in Syracuse and editor of the book, Essays in Response to Bill Cosby's Comments About African American Failure.

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