This cuts right to the heart of
the crisis young black men face every day.
When we are not at home, relaxed and loved,
We are watching. When we are not in the
classroom, told we are young, gifted, and black
with the world ahead of us, we are watching.
When we make it past our youth and our own
family has grown, we are still watching.
Waiting for our sons to make it home.
Black America is always watching, waiting for
the phone to ring!