soul brother

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soul brother

1. An African-American man, especially one who strives to better the lives of other African-Americans. Jason was a true man—a man who fought tirelessly for his family and his community. He was a soul brother, and he will not be forgotten.
2. A man with whom one shares an intense, intimate, emotional connection. When I got my first acting gig at 18, I was just a scared, cocky kid. But I found a soul brother in Harvey. He took me under his wing, and helped me grow into the kind of man I'd always wanted to be.
See also: brother, soul

(soul) brother

n. a black person’s male, black friend. Another brother took a fall last night.
See also: brother, soul