Mothers' Milk & Diapers / A Cry For Love is a collection of observations to explain why so many African American are victims of the Madison Avenue hype which causes them to choose style over substance to the detriment of their well being.
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Mother’s Milk & Diapers/ A Cry For Love by George Leon Lowe is a 716 Page Paperback with approximately 80 Black & White Photographs:
Mother’s Milk & Diapers/ A Cry For Love is a book of social observations and conclusions attempting to explain the underlying nature of the sub-culture aberrant population of men and women which exist along side of the main culture African American community in the United States of America.
The observations and conclusions presented in this book strives to explain the reasons why these African American men and women, live their lives in the primitive sub-culture of the main African American Culture. And the “Simplistic Logic” conclusion seems to be: It is because they have been denied Mother’s Milk & Diapers (Nurturing by their mothers). And that because of this irreversible emotional deficiency they exhibit aberrant behavior such as: Wearing baggy bottom showing pants which appears to be a diaper change denial deficit. Tattooing their body in an attempt to show the world that they are not the “N” of the word which their mother called them. Shaving their head in order to get rid of the “nappy/ugly hair” which their mother called their beautiful tightly curled locks. Using crack cocaine, cocaine, heroin, marijuana, alcohol, and other drugs; in their desperate search for the missing pleasure of the mother’s love which they never received. Shouting, and childishly force rhyming, loud, vicious and violent hip hop and rap songs; to express the hurt they feel for not having received the warmth of a mother’s tender loving care. Speaking an obscene and dirty language; to communicate with each other and the World the hurt they feel inside themselves. Wearing gold chains around their necks as a symbol of their return to slavery, because they cannot find the love they are so desperately in need of!
Crying out for their Mother’s touch! Screaming, and screaming out all of their lives in a desperate “Cry For Love!”
Caution!! This book may be very disturbing to some readers.
ISBN-13: 9780979641619 ISBN-10: 0979641616
VirdaJean Towns-Collins (Poet) called me early one Sunday morning to discuss the issues of the World, and other events that affect our community. At the end of our conversation she asked me to do a study on "Why so many African American men and boys, and some African American women and girls, wear belt less baggy butt exposing pants!" And that is how this book came to be.