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Af, Alive, and Being Alone: Welcome back to another installment of: "The Facts!" Hosted by yours truly, @typicalterome. Let's get right into it: 1. The word "nigga" can be used by anyone. Black people don't own words. 2. When a black person kills another black person, it isn't a problem. But when a white person kills a black... 3. Black people, how is the "system" setting you up to fail when there are literally scholarships for being black 🤔 4. Asking a girl for nudes then showing them to everyone makes you a bitch. Call me a simp idc. 5. Stfu about clout. Y'all ruining the word. 6. Tupac is alive. 7. Identifying as a gender that isn't male or female is a disability. 8. Stereotypes aren't necessarily racism. 9. Jews run the world? Have you had a legit problem in your life because of Jews? Honestly wtf. 10. False rape accusations should be a crime. 11. If you're "transgender", you're still whatever gender you were born as. 12. Traps aren't gay. 13. Dark humor is like food, not everyone gets it. 14. Black people swear up and down that whites are out to get them. Stfu. 15. If you're not doing anything illegal you won't get shot. 16. Niggas who blame the teacher for not passing are stupid af. Most of the time. 17. There's a fine line between "thicc" and "obese". 18. Just because a page does an ad doesn't mean they're a sellout. 19. Niggas will pay $200+ for reskinned Jordan's. You a whole dumbass. 20. If you take the time to argue with people on Instagram you've immediately took an L. 21. This ain't a fact but why do people get offended by memes that ain't about them? Like why do white people get mad when a meme has "nigga" in it 💀 22. If I'm replying with one word then stfu and leave me alone. 23. If you call some an "Uncle Tom" you're most likely black and won't accept facts. 24. Not all hispanics are "Mexican" 🤦🏾‍♂️ 25. Speaking of that, Latinas > 26. Quit giving dumb hoes "clout". 27. Not all terrorists are Muslim, but... 😅 28. Quit asking for fan signs and ass pics from your followers. 29. Don't follow a meme page then complain about what they post. 30. STOP TAGGING ME IN IRRELEVANT SHIT. ION CARE ABOUT YOUR VACATION TO FUCKING GUATEMALA YOU PEASANT. Thanks again, see ya tomorrow.
Af, Alive, and Being Alone: Welcome back to another installment of: "The Facts!" Hosted by yours truly, @typicalterome. Let's get right into it: 1. The word "nigga" can be used by anyone. Black people don't own words. 2. When a black person kills another black person, it isn't a problem. But when a white person kills a black... 3. Black people, how is the "system" setting you up to fail when there are literally scholarships for being black 🤔 4. Asking a girl for nudes then showing them to everyone makes you a bitch. Call me a simp idc. 5. Stfu about clout. Y'all ruining the word. 6. Tupac is alive. 7. Identifying as a gender that isn't male or female is a disability. 8. Stereotypes aren't necessarily racism. 9. Jews run the world? Have you had a legit problem in your life because of Jews? Honestly wtf. 10. False rape accusations should be a crime. 11. If you're "transgender", you're still whatever gender you were born as. 12. Traps aren't gay. 13. Dark humor is like food, not everyone gets it. 14. Black people swear up and down that whites are out to get them. Stfu. 15. If you're not doing anything illegal you won't get shot. 16. Niggas who blame the teacher for not passing are stupid af. Most of the time. 17. There's a fine line between "thicc" and "obese". 18. Just because a page does an ad doesn't mean they're a sellout. 19. Niggas will pay $200+ for reskinned Jordan's. You a whole dumbass. 20. If you take the time to argue with people on Instagram you've immediately took an L. 21. This ain't a fact but why do people get offended by memes that ain't about them? Like why do white people get mad when a meme has "nigga" in it 💀 22. If I'm replying with one word then stfu and leave me alone. 23. If you call some an "Uncle Tom" you're most likely black and won't accept facts. 24. Not all hispanics are "Mexican" 🤦🏾‍♂️ 25. Speaking of that, Latinas > 26. Quit giving dumb hoes "clout". 27. Not all terrorists are Muslim, but... 😅 28. Quit asking for fan signs and ass pics from your followers. 29. Don't follow a meme page then complain about what they post. 30. STOP TAGGING ME IN IRRELEVANT SHIT. ION CARE ABOUT YOUR VACATION TO FUCKING GUATEMALA YOU PEASANT. Thanks again, see ya tomorrow.

Welcome back to another installment of: "The Facts!" Hosted by yours truly, @typicalterome. Let's get right into it: 1. The word "nigga" can...

Black Lives Matter, cnn.com, and Future: These South Bronx fourth grade boys are talking about race and Black Lives Matter through theater Art stays imitating life! Success Academy Bronx 2 teacher Sentell Harper has created the spoken-word production entitled Alternative Names for Black Boys featuring boys in his fourth grade class as performers, CNN reports. During the production, six black boys wearing gray hoodies line up and ask the poignant question, “Do you see me?” and repeat it several times. With hoods on their heads, they recite the names of black youth and men killed in police brutality incidents, “Freddie … Michael … Philando … Tamir,” they say. “Eric … Alton … Trayvon … Jordan.” “I got my group of boys together, and I said, ‘Today we’re gonna talk about race,'” Harper said.“And they had so much to say. They started telling me stories about their fathers and their brothers, and about dealing with racism — things that I never knew that these young boys went through.” Harper, who is a black actor and playwright, was inspired by the Danez Smith poem “Alternative Names for Black Boys," and created the five-part performance of the same name. Besides the recitation of names, Harper's production includes Tupac Shakur’s famous poem, “Did you hear about the rose that grew from a crack in the concrete?,” snippets from Langston Hughes’ “Popular Tree” and a monologue addressing future issues of young black boys. “With the killings of black men and boys being in the media, it was really just scary in my world,” Harper said. “I thought about the boys I was teaching … society won’t see them like I see them. Society will only see them as black men.” The production has clearly had a significant impact on the young boys, who unfortunately have to navigate a world where the police see them as a target. “When I do this piece, I’m, like, proving everybody wrong, that I could get an education, and I could go somewhere in my life,” performer Tysean Wheeler said. “We want to prove people wrong about what black men and boys can do, because we might be the future men [that] would [or] could get shot or killed,” another performer Gregory Hannah, added. Harper did initially worry about the subject being too heavy for such young boys, but has experienced an “amazing” response, notably from the performers’
Black Lives Matter, cnn.com, and Future: These South Bronx fourth grade boys are
 talking about race and Black Lives Matter
 through theater
Art stays imitating life! Success Academy Bronx 2 teacher Sentell Harper has created the spoken-word production entitled Alternative Names for Black Boys featuring boys in his fourth grade class as performers, CNN reports. During the production, six black boys wearing gray hoodies line up and ask the poignant question, “Do you see me?” and repeat it several times. With hoods on their heads, they recite the names of black youth and men killed in police brutality incidents, “Freddie … Michael … Philando … Tamir,” they say. “Eric … Alton … Trayvon … Jordan.” “I got my group of boys together, and I said, ‘Today we’re gonna talk about race,'” Harper said.“And they had so much to say. They started telling me stories about their fathers and their brothers, and about dealing with racism — things that I never knew that these young boys went through.” Harper, who is a black actor and playwright, was inspired by the Danez Smith poem “Alternative Names for Black Boys," and created the five-part performance of the same name. Besides the recitation of names, Harper's production includes Tupac Shakur’s famous poem, “Did you hear about the rose that grew from a crack in the concrete?,” snippets from Langston Hughes’ “Popular Tree” and a monologue addressing future issues of young black boys. “With the killings of black men and boys being in the media, it was really just scary in my world,” Harper said. “I thought about the boys I was teaching … society won’t see them like I see them. Society will only see them as black men.” The production has clearly had a significant impact on the young boys, who unfortunately have to navigate a world where the police see them as a target. “When I do this piece, I’m, like, proving everybody wrong, that I could get an education, and I could go somewhere in my life,” performer Tysean Wheeler said. “We want to prove people wrong about what black men and boys can do, because we might be the future men [that] would [or] could get shot or killed,” another performer Gregory Hannah, added. Harper did initially worry about the subject being too heavy for such young boys, but has experienced an “amazing” response, notably from the performers’

Art stays imitating life! Success Academy Bronx 2 teacher Sentell Harper has created the spoken-word production entitled Alternative Names f...

Africa, Books, and Children: There's no better way to inform and expand your mind on a regular basis than to get into the habit of reading good literature. SOULAR SOULIA MENT I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars
Africa, Books, and Children: There's no better way to inform and
 expand your mind on a regular basis
 than to get into the habit of reading
 good literature.
 SOULAR
 SOULIA
 MENT
I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't d...

America, Black Lives Matter, and Conor McGregor: Liberals Quick to Call Conor McGregor Racist for Pre-Match Comments, Only One Problem, Opponent Floyd Mayweather Said The Talk Wasn't Racist Credit: @liberalbull_ It is common knowledge that many liberals wait for the right moment to pounce and call an unsuspecting person a racist. During the pre-fight trash talk between Irishman Connor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather a lot of nasty things were said back and forth, including McGregor telling Mayweather to "dance for me, boy". Of course, liberals flooded social media with cries of racism and Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King called McGregor a "bigot". Sports Analyst Rob Parker famous for mocking African-Americans who "aren't black enough" said McGregor "comes off as a racist". Two major problems liberals, first McGregor has told many opponents of all races to "dance for him" and second, Floyd Mayweather and his father said they don't think the comments were racist at all and the media is blowing it out of proportion. In other words, what's new? connormcgregor floydmayweather mcgregor mayweather trumpmemes liberals libbys democraps liberallogic liberal maga conservative constitution presidenttrump resist thetypicalliberal typicalliberal merica america stupiddemocrats donaldtrump trump2016 patriot trump yeeyee presidentdonaldtrump draintheswamp makeamericagreatagain trumptrain triggered CHECK OUT MY WEBSITE AND STORE!🌐 thetypicalliberal.net-store 🥇Join our closed group on Facebook. For top fans only: Right Wing Savages🥇 Add me on Snapchat and get to know me. Don't be a stranger: thetypicallibby Partners: @theunapologeticpatriot 🇺🇸 @too_savage_for_democrats 🐍 @thelastgreatstand 🇺🇸 @always.right 🐘 @keepamerica.usa ☠️ @republicangirlapparel 🎀 @drunkenrepublican 🍺 TURN ON POST NOTIFICATIONS! Make sure to check out our joint Facebook - Right Wing Savages Joint Instagram - @rightwingsavages
America, Black Lives Matter, and Conor McGregor: Liberals Quick to Call
 Conor McGregor Racist for
 Pre-Match Comments, Only
 One Problem, Opponent
 Floyd Mayweather Said The
 Talk Wasn't Racist
Credit: @liberalbull_ It is common knowledge that many liberals wait for the right moment to pounce and call an unsuspecting person a racist. During the pre-fight trash talk between Irishman Connor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather a lot of nasty things were said back and forth, including McGregor telling Mayweather to "dance for me, boy". Of course, liberals flooded social media with cries of racism and Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King called McGregor a "bigot". Sports Analyst Rob Parker famous for mocking African-Americans who "aren't black enough" said McGregor "comes off as a racist". Two major problems liberals, first McGregor has told many opponents of all races to "dance for him" and second, Floyd Mayweather and his father said they don't think the comments were racist at all and the media is blowing it out of proportion. In other words, what's new? connormcgregor floydmayweather mcgregor mayweather trumpmemes liberals libbys democraps liberallogic liberal maga conservative constitution presidenttrump resist thetypicalliberal typicalliberal merica america stupiddemocrats donaldtrump trump2016 patriot trump yeeyee presidentdonaldtrump draintheswamp makeamericagreatagain trumptrain triggered CHECK OUT MY WEBSITE AND STORE!🌐 thetypicalliberal.net-store 🥇Join our closed group on Facebook. For top fans only: Right Wing Savages🥇 Add me on Snapchat and get to know me. Don't be a stranger: thetypicallibby Partners: @theunapologeticpatriot 🇺🇸 @too_savage_for_democrats 🐍 @thelastgreatstand 🇺🇸 @always.right 🐘 @keepamerica.usa ☠️ @republicangirlapparel 🎀 @drunkenrepublican 🍺 TURN ON POST NOTIFICATIONS! Make sure to check out our joint Facebook - Right Wing Savages Joint Instagram - @rightwingsavages

Credit: @liberalbull_ It is common knowledge that many liberals wait for the right moment to pounce and call an unsuspecting person a racist...

Animals, Birthday, and Cars: When I didn't read and I was a soldier (terrorist) in the British Army... When I thought that materialism was a worthy pursuit. When I used to think all problems could be solved by a gun or a knife. When I used to want to kill my dad for raping my mum and abusing me. When I used to eat murdered animals... When I used to think women were objects, when I used to think that learning my history was "Too deep" Just before I was in the Army, when I was 15, I was was selling crack and heroin on the block, these times I thought that life had no meaning just sex, money and power... When I used to think that crying was weak so I didn't cry for 12 years... When I used to be scared of having children 👶🏾 When I used to sex any women, from any background as long as they were aesthetically pleasing. When I used to respect people just because they had money. When I experienced massive racism, so I learned how to box and beat up any Europeans who were racist to me. (Now I can just beat them verbally) When I never used to tell anyone how I really feel. When I used to eat junk food, I actually stopped drinking at 17 and didn't drink since. When I was lonely... When I thought I was going die everyday, when I nearly got blown up on my 20th birthday in Iraq. When I thought being a celebrity was a good idea. When I was self destructive. When I was going to kill myself... When I used to drive cars too fast, when I thought that "Making it" in the USA was the highest human achievement. When I was depressed. When I did nothing for my people or culture, when I was a coward. When I saw my friend get murdered in front of me by the park where we used to do callisthenics... Then I changed, I've been working on myself ever since. I am humble enough to never forget where I came from, & know that I don't know that much and honest enough to tell you openly about my life each and every step of the way. I'm different now and still learning chakabars
Animals, Birthday, and Cars: When I didn't read and I was a soldier (terrorist) in the British Army... When I thought that materialism was a worthy pursuit. When I used to think all problems could be solved by a gun or a knife. When I used to want to kill my dad for raping my mum and abusing me. When I used to eat murdered animals... When I used to think women were objects, when I used to think that learning my history was "Too deep" Just before I was in the Army, when I was 15, I was was selling crack and heroin on the block, these times I thought that life had no meaning just sex, money and power... When I used to think that crying was weak so I didn't cry for 12 years... When I used to be scared of having children 👶🏾 When I used to sex any women, from any background as long as they were aesthetically pleasing. When I used to respect people just because they had money. When I experienced massive racism, so I learned how to box and beat up any Europeans who were racist to me. (Now I can just beat them verbally) When I never used to tell anyone how I really feel. When I used to eat junk food, I actually stopped drinking at 17 and didn't drink since. When I was lonely... When I thought I was going die everyday, when I nearly got blown up on my 20th birthday in Iraq. When I thought being a celebrity was a good idea. When I was self destructive. When I was going to kill myself... When I used to drive cars too fast, when I thought that "Making it" in the USA was the highest human achievement. When I was depressed. When I did nothing for my people or culture, when I was a coward. When I saw my friend get murdered in front of me by the park where we used to do callisthenics... Then I changed, I've been working on myself ever since. I am humble enough to never forget where I came from, & know that I don't know that much and honest enough to tell you openly about my life each and every step of the way. I'm different now and still learning chakabars

When I didn't read and I was a soldier (terrorist) in the British Army... When I thought that materialism was a worthy pursuit. When I used ...

Africa, Books, and Children: SHARE THIS IMAGE, BECAUSE IT WILL NEVER MAKE IT TO THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA BLACKTIVIST I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars
Africa, Books, and Children: SHARE THIS IMAGE,
 BECAUSE IT WILL NEVER MAKE
 IT TO THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA
 BLACKTIVIST
I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't d...

Africa, Books, and Children: Book shelf goals I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars
Africa, Books, and Children: Book shelf goals
I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't d...