Some Reflections on Blackness and Cuba

Pictured on the left is Fidel Castro on his first trip to Harlem NY, where he met with both with black leaders and the disenfranchised black masses. On the right is Malcolm X, whose reputation precedes any paltry description I can provide.

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The apostate marabout in absentia. Tentative tai chi swordsman. Soul-not-for-sale whilst suffering from weltschmerz. Somewhere sippin' baobab juice.

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The apostate marabout in absentia. Tentative tai chi swordsman. Soul-not-for-sale whilst suffering from weltschmerz. Somewhere sippin' baobab juice.

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