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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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Brian Hughes Kasoro {Brooklyn, New York}

Editor's Note / The Last Generation of Black People



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Brian Hughes Kasoro {Minneapolis, Minnesota}

Malidoma Patrice Somé / Messenger to a Lost Generation



Ayi Kwei Armah Speaks / Our Awakening {lecture/video}



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



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Alfred Ang'asa {Mombasa, Kenya}

Thoughts on constantly achieving this mind-body practice / "More than being proud to be seen in novelty"



To be an African Teacher



Healing, Magic and Master Gardeners / George Washington Carver and Osayin



DuBois: The African Roots of the War

Kwame Ture on Black Power [Berkeley, CA 1966]

Id, Ego, & Superego Walk Into a Bar



Cuba, 2015



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Clyde Taylor {New York, New York}

Badu: My kids' fathers "are my brothers & friends"



Rahki



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Brian Hughes Kasoro {Brooklyn, New York}

What is marriage?

On Afrocentricity, Diop, Egypt, & Scholarship



Ayi Kwei Armah, Lauryn Hill and "The Dance of Inspiration"



Did the Trayvon Martin Shooting Really Take Place?



Dr. Asa G. Hilliard: The State of African Education / "We have acute amnesia, with no valid memories or awareness of ourselves as a historical people evolving through time and spreading throughout the world. We are episodic in our experience of ourselves."



Buck And The Preacher (Or, African American Cowboys & Indians)



Katherine Dunham / Queen Mother of Dance



Octavia Butler



Exploration of new materials & Great Barrington, Egremont Plain, W.E.B. DuBois' boyhood home



We Can Survive But Can We Communicate?

Consciousness Beyond Feminisms, Marxisms, Gender, and Genre: An interview with Sylvia Wynter



Huey Newton's Doctoral Dissertation



A Prince Remembers King Oliver in Exile



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Shawn Chandler Bingham {Tampa, Florida}

"The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings" / Masanobu Fukuoka on Do Nothing Farming



Peak Civilization and the Winter of our Disconnect

The Healers / "The newness of life's journey continues to find reflections outside of itself, for nothing is new. What comes to our mind as revelation at first, usually reveals itself to be our moment of connection with what is already"



On Tim Dog, gangs, community and organization.

After maroonage... On that process of disengaging

Dr. K. Kia Bunseki Fu-Kiau / "The Ancestors and Our Connection to Them: The Real Power of Being"



Neoslavery & Social Services Industrial Complexes / The Minnesota Slave Trade



Polygamy. A realistic solution?

Who's a Black Revolutionary? (An Interview with Cedric Robinson)



An Interview With Ngugi wa Thiong'o



Charlie Rose interviews Kwame Ture and Elaine Brown [video]



Tupac = Bob Marley?



John H. Clarke & Cornel West debate / "Let's just deal with the reality and not deny what has and is going on"



Baldwin warned us. 53% of blacks turn on the poor.



In Basquiat's Shadow / Or, "Spookism ... is a hard habit to break"



"Translation and Recovery: Intellectual Work and the Development of African 'Smart Power' In the Era of Africana Studies" + "Kemetic Womanhood"



Kendrick Lamar's Good Kid, m.A.A.d City / "Does everything a proper hip hop album should do: it demands contemplation and reflection"