Do you ever wonder why the world is the way it is? What we can do to understand the problems and ease the anger everyone feels? How can we stop inflicting our beliefs on other countries?
“From the Psychoanalysis Mind of an Intelligent Man from the Projects” will show how African Americans and the societies they come from affect how they view the world. Yet, by overcoming the negative image that society has of young black men-the drugs, guns, and gangs-it is possible for African Americans to affect positive change in their communities.
We are each CEOs of our own communities, and we must assume the responsibility for making these changes ourselves. We as African Americans must sweep away the filth and destruction of the past and move to bridge the gap of our lost generations to a new and better life.
Change is upon us with our first minority president, Barack Obama, who will provide the leadership that we need to bring positive changes to our communities Together we can build a new future throughout our communities.
John E. Farmer was raised in Far Rockaway, Queens, New York. He became the president of Martin Luther King Jr.'s Humanities Community Housing and has held various positions in politics. He worked as a coordinator in tech support, but his real passion is the world of politics. He resides in Greenville, South Carolina.