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Read Terence Nance’s Passionate Open Letter: ‘Niggas are Scared of Revolution’

Read this thought-provoking letter to the masses by Terence Nance. Advertisements

A Moment of Silence | Dr. Maya Angelou

Today, one of my favorite writer’s transitioned. I wanted to take a moment to pay homage to her legacy. Dr. Maya Angelou was born in 1928, and to sum up her life in two words this is all that I can say at this time: MS. Pizzazz! Stay tuned for my eulogy that will be … Continue reading

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