Philadelphia, Black Dysfunction, and the Black Manosphere 2.0: An Interview with Mumia Obsidian Ali

The Institute for Black Male Studies oral history interview series is designed to have key Black male figures give testament to the life experiences that have shaped their identity. The intention is to create an informal archive of Black men who do some form of public work designed to either socio-politically uplift Black boys and men or elucidate Black male life via research.

For more information go to The Obsidian Media Network 2 Channel on YouTube and purchase his book 'The Book of Obsidian: A Manual for the 21st Century Black American Gentleman' (
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