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2,802 views • January 9, 2023

Adam Coleman: Overcoming a ‘Poisonous’ Society of Victims and Saviors | TEASER

"My search for black identity was something that I actually enjoyed, until I started noticing that there was a level of animosity that comes with it that's being preached. It is a celebration of being black and also is a rejection of ‘white.’" Adam Coleman is the founder of WrongSpeak Publishing and author of “Black Victim to Black Victor: Identifying the Ideologies, Behavioral Patterns, and Cultural Norms that Encourage a Victimhood Complex.” "Human existence is filled with struggle. It's just a matter of do you take that struggle and hold on to it as some sort of weapon to levy at the rest of society? Or do you use that struggle as a reason to overcome it?" says Coleman. Coleman believes the American public education system has failed its students and that a policy of school choice is the solution. He says that growing up without a father made it especially challenging for him to cultivate an identity, and that single parenthood is devastating to the black community. Coleman says that family planning is of utmost importance in order to improve society. "The home is the first government we should be worried about," says Coleman. "The problem is that for a lot of people, it's highly dysfunctional, and then they look elsewhere for the solution."
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