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June 11, 2020

Listen to Steve Harvey's Inspiring Message to Young Black Men Amid Racial Protests

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Steve Harvey's recent social media upload showed him sending out a reflective message to young black men never to give up.

TV icon Steve Harvey hosted a virtual gathering with several young black men where he shared a strong message of hope and inspiration.

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Also in attendance were star rappers Jeezy and Ben Crump, who also gave their words of encouragement. A short clip shared on Instagram showed Harvey in what looked like a part of his home as he dished out his speech to the youngsters.

Last year was quite rocky and emotional for the "Family Feud" host as his long-standing show, "The Steve Harvey Show," came to an end.

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The "Facebook Watch" anchor shared that he, Crump, and Jeezy made sure to climb their way to success; therefore, youngsters can make it as well in whatever field they choose.

Steve Harvey backed up his words with the promise that the young chaps will get quality help on their way to success. The 63-year-old captioned his post:

"I'm reminding young men that no matter where they are from… they have what it takes to be successful and reach their destiny!"

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With over 300 comments, followers agreed with Harvey as they encouraged and praised him with admirable words. It is safe to say that Steve Harvey is an expert when it comes to encouraging youths to be better!

As reported by Chicago Tribune, the "The Steve Harvey Show" alum hosted an impactful event back in 2013 at  Chicago State University.

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Harvey gathered a hundred young scholars who were less privileged and didn't have a "father-figure" in their lives. He also had in attendance lawyers, doctors, soldiers, and others from reputable professions to help inspire the youngsters.

The Day-time Emmy Award winner, himself, has a quite inspiring story. Harvey basically rose from humble beginnings to one of the best showmen ever.

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According to E! News, the stand-up comedian came from a poor home and was determined to create a great future. In his third year at Kent State University, Harvey dropped out to pursue show business. At the time, he was much inspired by Hollywood star, Arsenio Hall.

Last year was quite rocky and emotional for the "Family Feud" host as his long-standing show, "The Steve Harvey Show," came to an end.

Yahoo! shares that the media mogul took to Instagram, where he put up a message of hope ahead of his last episode. At the time, he let fans know that he was focused on optimism.

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