Live From Planet Earth



Live From Planet Earth features stories and products of self-sustaining tropical organic beings as meditation and inspiration, both for others returning to the lifestyle (livity) of the land and also for the merely curious. Please link us with any such Afro/Indigenous that you know or meet whom we may visit. Give thanks, bless up.

Brian Hughes Kasoro // Director
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The Last Generation of Black People



2012, New York: The Liberator Magazine.
ISBN 9780991108404
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Africana Study Abroad Alliance (ASAA)



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Brian Hughes Kasoro {Brooklyn, New York}

Realities We Otherwise Would Never Know / Beyond Ideology



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The Mattertime / A New Perspective of Matter, Space, and Time



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Alfred Ang'asa {Mombasa, Kenya}

Brian Jackson



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Sam Greenlee / When Desoree Danced



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Where Is My Black Messiah | Live From Planet Earth



Cuba, 2015



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Editor's Note / The Last Generation of Black People



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Brian Hughes Kasoro {Minneapolis, Minnesota}

For the Sake of Sanity



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Stephanie Joy Tisdale {Philadelphia, Pennsylvania}