We conclude our two part series, Moments of Truth With Watusi87 of RU1 Fam. In this episode we discuss the definition of freedom from an African- centered perspective, how European sexual exploitation of African people during slavery/colonialism still resonates with us today, and how through this continued sexual exploitation sex is used as a counter revolutionary weapon against Africans worldwide via the music industry.
As the first Black president exits office, rather than America being “post-racial,” Black people must walk around like the 1960s with signs blaring: “Black Lives Matter.” In addition, the late Supreme Court Justice, Antonin Scalia, advised Black students to attend “slower track” universities. And a Princeton University study concluded that a 20-year effort like the Manhattan Project (building the A-bomb to nuke Japan), is required to close today’s…
In Part two of our talk with Big Frizzle, we discuss the impetus and objectives of specific tracks on his album Family First, Africa 4 Africans Edition.
A song inspired by Ayi Kwei Armah’s Two Thousand Seasons and the orisha Ogoun.
What’s up everyone, we’re back! For our relaunch we are happy to present our dialogue with Big Frizzle! Big Frizzle is a multi-talented lyricists, singer, writer, and student/teacher of African history and culture.
While people who promote this sentiment are presenting themselves as “peace loving” people….; they are essentially stating their desire to continue the status quo, be it conscious or unconscious.
This is Akala’s analysis of the liberal response to The Human Zoo protest held in London.