To make gentrification a simple task, every black community nationwide during the 80s and 90s were riddled with crack cocaine, gang violence, weed, and malt liquor. Black culture as we once knew it has gone. Can you imagine growing up without a sense of belonging? Can you imagine an entire community wiped free of joy and happiness and replaced by sadness, turmoil and death? Well I can. “Without hope there will be no glory.” Robert H. Young, Jr.


“The only way we are going to change the perspective of racism in this nation is to reeducate the world one block at a time.

Robert H. Young Jr

“My gift to non-blacks is the opportunity to experience what it’s like growing up in America as an African American, while being stalked and hunted like a runway slave, without actually walking in the shoes of a black man.”

Robert H. Young Jr

Cobwebbed Eyes: https://www.amazon.com/Cobwebbed-Eyes-Robert-Young-Jr/dp/1508705410

Ghetto Angels: https://www.amazon.com/Ghetto-Angels-Robert-Young-Jr/dp/1508860580

“Ghetto Angels and Cobwebbed Eyes, most prolific books of our Culture. Dare to be different.” Author Robert H. Young, Jr.

“Without hope there will be no glory” Author, Robert H. Young, Jr.