The ghetto solution
An intimate look into why many African American men lead lives of self-inflicted pain, drug addiction, and incarceration--from the creator of the SIMBA program, a "rites of passage" manhood training program which has the potential to become the nation's foremost solution to the downward spiral that entraps ghetto inhabitants. Photos.
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