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Posted by Kazemde Ajamu on Jun 16th 2020

Re-Imagining Police Reform

“The children who are not embraced by the village will burn it down to feel its warmth”~Afrikan ProverbThe unrest we’re currently witnessing is no great surprise. I’m surprised it has taken this long …

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Posted by Kazemde Ajamu on Aug 26th 2017

We hear you Black NFL players, however…….

By Kazemde Ajamu      Listen, I’m a diehard football fan, been so since 1968. Anyone who knows me, knows not to plan anything for me on Sunday afternoons and Monday nights. If my belo …

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Posted by Kazemde Ajamu on Mar 2nd 2016

My Dilemma at the Ballot Box

Written by Kazemde Ajamu,  I stood in a long line yesterday at the voting polls. Once I received my ballot and walked over to the both, I stood there for what seemed like a lifetime try …

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Posted by Kazemde Ajamu on Feb 13th 2016

Is the problem the messenger or the message?

The debate rages on in Black America about Beyonce’s new song “Formation” and her Super Bowl half time performance. I have to admit that I have never been a big Beyoncé fan. Whether or not she …

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Afrocentricity

Posted by Dr. Molefi Kete Asante on Jan 23rd 2015

Afrocentricity

By Dr. Molefi Kete AsantePublished 4/13/2009 Afrocentricity is a paradigm based on the idea that African people should re-assert a sense of agency in order to achieve sanity. During the l960s a g …

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