Tag Archives: Kimathi Carr

To Accuse Or Suspect (Vol 1)

To accuse or suspect I was listening to genesisradio this Sunday, and sadly, the presenter did not seem to get it! He, with his caller, spoke about reparations; they claimed that people need to be educated about our experience; that … Continue reading

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Malcolm X and James Baldwin: Two Journeys to Truth

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Malcolm X, 1964, Wikimedia Common James Baldwin (center), 1963, Wikimedia Commons                       This week for class, we read the works of two men known for…

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prophecy fulfilled

In Yurugu (1994) Marimba Ani defined the Asili as “the logos of a culture, within which its various aspects cohere. It is the developmental germ/seed of a culture. It is the cultural essence, the ideological core, the matrix of a … Continue reading

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The Need for Justice

I have outlined the concept of a prison with the oppressed people as the inmates; however, this analogy is not complete. These people have been involuntarily confined having been paradoxically defined as both helpless “minors” (wards of the court) and … Continue reading

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