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Denzel Principle

Why Black Women Can't Find Good Black Men



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The Denzel Principle: Why Black Women Can't Find Good Black Men by Jimi Izrael
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Journalist and culture critic Jimi Izreal takes a poignant and often hilarious look at what black women think is wrong with black men, why it's all Denzel Washington's fault and what can be done about it. According to Izreal, the fundamental problem lies in the 'Denzel Principle' - the belief that the perfect man, embodied by Denzel Washington, actually exists off-screen and that every black woman can snag herself a Denzel of her own.

Author Biography

JIMI IZRAEL is an award-winning reporter and culture-critic from Shaker Heights, Ohio who currently moderates "The Barbershop" for National Public Radio's "Tell Me More with Michel Martin" and blogs "The Hardline" for the "Washington Post's "The He muses often at
Release date Australia
April 14th, 2010
Country of Publication
United States
St Martin's Press
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