Min. Louis Farrakhan describes how slavery convinced black women to disrespect black men and how strong black men were trained to have weak minds. He says that this led to black women filling up the colleges and black men filling up the jails. Farrakhan argues that this issue affects black men and women to this day.
He also talks about how rap turned from conscious music to gangster rap, where killing black men, disrespecting women and Willie Lynch behavior became the norm in the black community. Farrakhan argues that this has accelerated the internal divides among African Americans that exist to this day.
Farrkhan: ”We are worse now as a people than we have ever, ever been.”