Monthly Archives: October 2010

AfroAsiatic Perspectives #9: Is the Black Man God?

by Takuan Amaru “If you can see if you can solve the mystery, the answer revolves around your history, So carefully, I drop this degree, scientifically and realistically…Who is God?” ~Lyrics from “Mystery: Who is God?”; Rakim Allah Sometime in … Continue reading

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AfroAsiatic Perspectives #8: Holidays or Hell-i-daze? The Season to be Jolly has begun…

by Takuan Amaru “I beg to dream and differ from the hollow lies. This is the dawning of the rest of our lives. On Holiday…”     ~ Lyrics from “Holiday”; by Green Day A melancholy chill accompanied by a … Continue reading

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AfroAsiatic Perspectives #7: You cannot Shake Hands with a Clenched Fist!

by Takuan Amaru Back in 1997, the Notorious B.I.G. was gunned down in Los Angeles, California less than a year after rival Tupac Amaru Shakur was slain in Las Vegas. This seemingly put an end to the recent “East Coast … Continue reading

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