Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
TheAngryindian opens with some brief thoughts on the issue of established social definitions and the emotional prism represented in regards to self-examination and personal reflection. Later, APNSPR speaks with Afro-American grassroots education advocate, writer and poet Ms. Sincerae Smith of the ‘Poems of a Distant Mind’ weblog [apoemsong.blogspot.com/] about her perspectives on the importance of understanding and appreciating African history throughout the Diaspora. Not just in February.
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