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Donnie Denkins Moreland Jr. is a Minnesota based mental health advocate and writer. Donnie holds a Master’s Degree, in Film Studies, from National University and a Bachelor’s Degree, in Sociology, from Prairie View A&M University. Donnie has contributed to Black Youth ProjectRaceBaitrA Gathering of the Tribes and Sage Group Publishing.

Recently, Mr. Moreland Jr. was live on our show talking about his article Maybe Black Men Protect White Women Because We See Ourselves In Them.

During our conversation, Mr. Moreland Jr. talked about:

– Growing up in Maryland and Texas before moving to Minnesota
– How his mother influenced him to get his education
– Some of his writing journey
– The background behind the article and how much of his personal experience part of the article
– What white women mean to black men
– The privilege of white womanhood
– the reaction to the article
– His message to white women, black women and black men

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Dr. Vibe