In Collapse of the African American Family, Anthropologist Gregory Days presents a twenty-first century wake-up call to his fellow African Americans and America as a nation. Days shares his observations as a Black man who spent years working as a cultural anthropologist. His book describes phenomena he has witnessed and what he views as the destruction of the African American family from within.
Days has spent his career studying Black families and his book explores themes of self-determination and calls upon readers to look past institutionalized racism, building an understanding of what needs to happen to regain stability in Black culture.
About the Author
Anthropologist Gregory Days works as a cultural anthropologist. When he's not writing, he resides with his family in St. Louis, Missouri.