Are You Dead?
As part of a Howard University leadership seminar, Bill Cosby spoke to the students about taking responsibility in their lives. He… read more
As part of a Howard University leadership seminar, Bill Cosby spoke to the students about taking responsibility in their lives. He spoke about rock music lyrics, gangs, drugs, sex, values, leadership, and action. He continuously urged students not to be passive in response to the music, words, and actions of those to whom they listen. He asked rhetorically: Are you dead? His talk contained many humorous and mocking references to current political and cultural figures. close
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