Although black men have made economic and educational improvements than those of the past, there are still problems that make black men today more depressed, stressed and sad about their current conditions. The stereotypes that all black men are irresponsible, make babies, leave their families behind, and create impediments to success, love and economic stability, are wrong. Black men have feelings, from the obdurate gang banger to the father who works two jobs to support his family, while the pressure of the world sits on their dreams like an anchor pulling them toward defeat. However, black men are trying to change their lives, and what they do not need, is outside influences obstructing their desire to positively change. Yes, many black men are angry, and many black men are tired of negative and racist misinformation concerning them and their communities. This is the most beloved book on real black men issues TRYING and DOING positive things to atone and avert from their past mistakes.