You live up to your nameCan I just say your heart is at the right place even though I don't agree with your approach?
It is about time we don't pass down this curse.
I once volunteered with the Indigenous community in my city for a course requirement. Basically, back in the days, the natives' children were put in residential schools and abused. When they grew up, they had children of their own who they abused and so on and so forth.
The intergenerationa trauma has been passed down for so long that now it has become their identity; poor, alcoholics, and dysfunctional (there is always the exception).
You would think people who grew up in dysfunctional families will know better to not repeat the same mistakes
Also me of the somali women in the diaspora are aware of this dynamics and don't want to repeat the same cycle. That is why hypergamy and marrying out is propagated amongst them.
Personally, I believe creating awareness among the somali youth and learning from the past generation's mistakes should help as a counteractive measure.