Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Time Machine: Life as an Afrofuturist

Originally posted on 40 Acres and a Cubicle:
“To be a Black activist is to be a futurist.” I wrote these words while penning a failed essay for a science fiction digest. I was trying to find a way to relate…

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Humanity’s Moral Mission to One Another

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Dreams Dashed In Fatal College Tour Bus Crash

The devil is angry with our youth and seeking as a roaring lion to take them out of this world. So sad. Please pray for all of our children and the bereaved families!

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The Hard Work of Deconstructing Oppression

So Rep. Paul Ryan alleges that the problems of the inner city are attributable to an endemic culture of shiftlessness? My brain and spirit are so fatigued right now, I won’t dive into a heavy analytical piece about the White … Continue reading

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