Monthly Archives: July 2012

Why Black Women choose Religion

In the bellows of the slave ship in the horrors of the Middle Passage, black souls were fashioned to be out of body. The stench of decaying flesh, the shrill of physical anguish and the feel of blood dung and … Continue reading

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Between Prometheus and Ice Age, the Misappropriation of the Negro

The argument of humanity either being created or having evolved from other species, lives somewhere in the confusion of belief versus theory. The argument of black humanity being the aboriginal species that bore progeny to the globe coexists with the … Continue reading

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