Takuan Amaru is an accomplished writer, international culture and ethics teacher and youth advocate specialist. He is the author of over 100 published articles ranging on such diverse topics as popular culture / music, ancient spirituality and philosophy. Takuan borrows from his former careers as a paratrooper, social worker, music artist and teacher to connect with readers on a very intimate level. He makes his home in Japan. To contact Takuan, please email him at email@example.com or http://www.takuanamaru.com
AfroAsiatic Perspectives Invitation:
I have started a series called, “AfroAsiatic Perspectives” that will be published every couple of weeks. These informative essays will report on a variety of current events, scientific breakthroughs and other interesting topics.
The difference between AfroAsiatic Perspectives and other such periodicals on and off-line is the fact that this editorial will be exclusively written from an “AfroAsiatic” or, non-European perspective, for melanin-rich people.
This is not any form of racist or bigoted propaganda created to poke fun or marginalize those of European descent.
But, rather, this is an honest attempt to create more balance and to supplement the news and stories we hear and see in the mainstream media…which 95% (if not more) is from a European world-view.
All are welcome to join in. But please remember this is a forum from a “melanin-rich” person’s viewpoint. For mainstream views, please check out CNN, BBC, FOX, most other writer’s sites, or just about anywhere else.
Please invite others to join in the forum as this should not be just my opinion or research, but a congregation of sorts for all of Us to “push the envelope” on any / all discussions of race and special incidents or events that are especially relevant to the darker-skinned people on Earth.
The AfroAsiatic Perspectives series is at:
Thank you for your time and, again, please let anyone who you think might be interested in this forum know about this recent development.
“AfroAsiatic crossin’ Mind, Space & Time…”