Eugene Kane On ‘Ghetto’ Behavior

Posted: November 25, 2008 in Commentary, Our children

“To send a message of urgency about the state of black Milwaukee, I don’t think it takes a legion of black leaders lined up behind microphones as much as it requires work behind the scenes to stabilize more households and develop better parents. Most people I know realize when someone is considered “ghetto,” that’s mainly a reflection on how they were raised up to that point.” (from his recent column “Most city residents don’t approve of ‘ghetto’ behavior“)

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