Chicago native Dr. Obari Cartman combines his personal experience with both African-centered consciousness and western psychology knowledge to help men become a true lady’s man with his soon to be released book and mixtape that is a critical thinking guide for young Black men about relationships and manhood.
Dr. Cartman earned his undergraduate degree from Hampton University and a PH.D in clinical & community psychology from Georgia State University. Currently Dr. Cartman works as a restorative justice coach for Chicago Public Schools.
Below, Toure Muhammad speaks with Dr. Cartman about this book and his continued personal journey to improve himself.
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Author Toure Muhammad is the head bean, publisher and chief strategist of Bean Soup Times. The Morehouse graduate has written front page cover stories for The Final Call and N’digo. He has been featured in the Chicago Reader, Upscale magazine, rolling out newspaper, and N’Digo magapaper. He’s been featured on Tavis Smiley’s radio show on NPR, on Chicago’s WBEZ (Chicago public radio), and many other radio shows.
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