We live in a future that the average minority youth believes his life has a limitation. For many that means never seeing pass the ghetto, never imagining themselves as college graduates, never envisioning living, loving, breathing or just being. These thoughts are not limited to black or Latino children but many minority children within inner cities. The need for positive role models should not be limited to sports players or those in entertainment but even the Brother managing a bodega, the brother getting a masters in science to change the world, the brother working as a teacher in a system that wants to give up on children and the brother sitting in the park with his kids and lady teaching them how to ride a bike. Truth is these are the images that can change a life, these are images that resemble real life, these are the images many need to understand these men have a strive worth becoming why because it involves integrity, consciousness and wanting to build. These are images that speak choice and tell you what you can become and that you can climb out of the syndrome of lost souls…
Last night was a great night me and a few members of the cast went on The Drop blog talk radio show which was great. Last nights theme was memorable moments of the 90’s and 2000’s. This was a great moment to plug the play and have some fun with the cast. In the long run it was well enjoyed an a great way to see how each individual responds to the challenge of spotlight moments both big and small. After all you never know when your time to shine may come.