Monthly Archives: June 2016

AfroAsiatic Perspectives 17: Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Contribution…in 35 Years

Takuan Amaru “What I suffered physically was worth what I’ve accomplished in life. A man who is not courageous enough to take risks will never accomplish anything in life.” ~ Ali at a news conference on October 28, 1984 Exactly what … Continue reading

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AfroAsiatic Perspectives 16: From Bill to Bambaataa; Have Black Folks Completely Lost their Minds?

“Everything ebbs and flows. Civilizations climb, rise, then they decline… The Black Race is in a suspended state of retardation” ~Bro. Bobby Hemmitt For me, everything changed back in 1997 following the killings of Tupac and Biggie. After all that … Continue reading

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