I disagree. #1 a good leader leads. And that means they guide others into truth and and into solutions and a direction that will help them not just feed into what they want. Aaron allowed the crowed to lead him and Moses was trying to lead the people to a better direction.
#2 effective leaders look beyond the superficial to the root of the issue so they can guide others to real solutions. The leaders know the statistics, they know the real issues damaging young blacks are teenage pregnancy, out of wedlock births, drugs, lack of focus in education but how much attention are they giving those topics?
There are more white poeple killed by police than blacks. Yes I know proportionately blacks are killed more, but they also kill more. Blacks are 13%of population and account for 50% or murders committed. So, we can deduce that they commit more violent crimes and therefore are more likely to have encounters with police that end tragically.
The media is complicit as well, they report each Black Death and absolutely no white deaths which gives the impression that black people are being hunted. An honest media would report police killings proportionately which means they would report 3 white killings for every black killing…but we do not see this, why? Because they are only reporting what they know will feed the narrative and cause sensational reactions.
I do believe African Americans carry the history of this country and all the trauma with them and that’s understandable. And some would feel that way regardless of their leaders, but I also believe their leaders are keeping the narrative going and exploiting it to stay in power. Al sharpton comes to mind.