Alexander Pushkin is considered the father of Russian literature AFRICANGLOBE – Although the vast majority of African Americans are unfamiliar with Pushkin’s monumental works, most students of literature are at least aware of his “Blackamoor of Peter the Great“, an unfinished romance which relates the biographical data of the poet’s great-grandfather, Ibrahim Petrovitch Gannibal his Black great-grandfather. Some […]
Black people in many cases are still suffering from post traumatic slavery disease AFRICANGLOBE – Names are important and should not be taken for granted. Even the Bible clearly gives a profound teaching on the importance and the significance of names in the living of humanity. The book of […]
“We as black people have accumulated a wealth of historical experience which confirms our belief that the scales of amerikan justice are out of balance.” – Angela Davis
“You can’t make a wise man a slave, you can’t make warrior a slave.”
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Think you know what’s going on inside California’s prisons? Come hear from the people living, enduring and surviving the experience. Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/271042823464929/ LIBERATE THE CAGED VOICES No.2 in a series by California Prison Focus. Friday, July 27, 2018 6:30pm-8:30pm The Octopus Literary Salon 2101 Webster Street…
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