Discussion in 'African American History Culture' started by skuderjaymes, Dec 21, 2011.
"...it does not help to emphasize the fantastic alienation that has divided us a people--not only brother from brother, but brother from sister---that we have suffered all over the world."
That's a good lecture there.
I have to get that book (again).
skuderjaymes ... awwwww ... please ... i promise i'll come back and listen to the whole hour asap, but in the meantime, can you tell me what the 'fantastic alienation' is ... just for the sake of old age or sump'n i suffer from? ... please ...
Ok.. here's the same thing in the context of Destee.com discussion..
Okay ... thank you ... i read that and it seems to be speaking to the differences we imagine regarding ourselves, when in reality, there are no great differences. I don't know if i understood that properly, but that's what i got from reading the above link. Now, to bring that back to the quote ... is it referring to our perceived differences ... as the 'fantastic alienation' ?
*sigh* ... i feel like i need to just watch the video ... 'cause i'm only guessing now ... and that's frustrating me.
Okay ... i'll watch the hour long video when i get a chance ...
When i do ... i'll be back ...
Love You and Thanks!
Spending an hour with Van Sertima is not so bad.. much better than watching Walking Dead with Kemetstry.
Yes, i'm sure it will be a well spent hour, just as soon as i find a free one.
As far as the walking dead, i don't even know what it is ... let alone actually watching it with Kemetstry.
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