BLACK & WHITE: Cosby In Town Tonight To Scold Black People For Keepin’ It Real, Says Nothing Fabulous About Being Ghetto, So Pull Up Yer Pants And Stop Calling Each Other Nigga, Etc.

[F]or one of his national series of “call-outs,” urging parents and the community to take responsibility, especially for the vulnerable young in the black community.bill-cosby-ctf.JPGCosby created controversy in 2004 when he criticized some poor black parents, saying they had failed to stress education or otherwise take responsibility for their children’s behavior, including dropping out of school, getting pregnant, cursing and bandying about the n-word.

In a series of gatherings in cities around the country, Cosby has continued to stress personal responsibility.

Tonight’s “call-out” will begin at 6 p.m. and is free, but seats are first-come, first-served, said Bilal Qayyum, of the anti-violence group Men United for a Better Philadelphia. That group is sponsoring the event with the Father’s Day Rally Committee, a group that emphasizes the role of the father in the black community.

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