Academics, Post-Stroke 3-22-14), Purpose, Salon Culture, WELP!, Ye Tumi Academy

YE TUMI ACADEMY ~ Trolls, true believers and Trump: Decoding the alt-right’s nihilistic revolution” ~ Salon.com

Afrispora™ on 09/01/2016 0 Comments

“”The alt-right, which the Southern Poverty Law Center defines as “a set of far-right ideologies, groups and individuals whose core belief is that ‘white identity’ is under attack by multicultural forces using ‘political correctness’ and ‘social justice’ to undermine white people and ‘their’ civilization,” has grown into a popular buzzword over the past year alongside the Trump campaign. For politically … Read More

Salon Culture

LIFE ANTHEMS ~ Omar Lye-Fook – Say Nothing

Afrispora™ on 08/28/2016 0 Comments

Vibe with me and the global soul of Omar, who hails from the United Kingdom (over kingdoms) lik the United State (over States, hmmm :-/  Well enjoy the musical thus spiritual soul, at least for me for a long-time just to add a little intellect my folks

AAA - Triple 'A' Approach, Salon Culture

Border Crossings 2013 and after – A compilation by Dr. Don Dada [THROWBACK BANGERS]

Afrispora™ on 08/20/2016 0 Comments • Tags: #throwbackbangers

This is a compilation I have put together via Youtube. This is a collection of carefully chosen, thus choice tracks. Over time each track has conveyed spoken and instrumental vibes of high value (cultural capital) as one moves through life and seeks inspirations and insiģhts Border Crossings 2013 and after:

Salon Culture

YE TUMI ACADEMY ~ Basil Davidson’s literary and documentary Legacy

Afrispora™ on 08/18/2016 0 Comments

Hey sorry but I could find no way to shorten this blog title and still be duly and fully respectful of mwalimu Basil Davidson. This obituary (artcle) has a title of note: “Basil Davidson: Historian who changed Africans’ perceptions of themselves” – I must concur with the newspaper article title. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/obituaries/basil-davidson-historian-who-changed-africans-perceptions-of-themselves-2101854.html

African-American, hip hop, History, mUSIC, Post-Stroke 3-22-14), Salon Culture, Soul, Throwback, WELP!, Ye Tumi Academy

FWD ~ ‘De La Soul Is Dead’ 25th Anniversary Mixtape mixed by Chris Read

Afrispora™ on 08/14/2016 0 Comments • Tags: #25thanniversary #delasoul #nativetongues

In search of musical accompaniment to be played sans earphones at a public laundrymat, I decided to search for De La Soul on Soundcloud ‘jus cuzz’ and voila! I am a Hip Hop head until dearh … Ancestral Vibes through my endeavors to you. Dr. Dontraneil Clayborne De La Soul ‘De La Soul Is Dead’ … Read More

Salon Culture

WELP! ~ ‘Safe Dangerous’? WTF

Afrispora™ on 08/10/2016 0 Comments

““It’s dangerous, but it’s a safe dangerous now,” he added. “Schlitterbahn is a family water park, but this isn’t a family ride. It’s for thrill seekers of the world, people into extreme adventure.”  A disgusting statement – I hope that they have to pay up! https://www.yahoo.com/news/caleb-schwab-10-decapitated-water-040010374.html https://www.yahoo.com/news/caleb-schwab-10-decapitated-water-040010374.html

Academics, African-American, Black history, Dr. Clayborne Sayings, hip hop, IF I, Jazz, Life Anthem, Los Angeles, CA, mUSIC, Public History, Salon Culture, Throwback, Tribute, welp, Ye Tumi Academy

Was Ever In A Band – INCOGNITO would be it!!! [IF I]

Afrispora™ on 07/22/2016 0 Comments • Tags: #ifi #incognito

How does a native of South-Central Los Angeles become an avid listener of music and knowledge in general from around the globe and locally. I was born in 1973 to a mother who was an habitual music listener, who herself was descended from a lineage of music connoisseurs.   My family relocated from Houston, TX … Read More

Academics, Africa, African-American, Black history, Documentary Film, European-American History, History, Public History, Salon Culture, Tribute, WELP!, Ye Tumi Academy

YE TUMI ACADEMY ~ ‘What to the Slave Is 4th of July?’: James Earl Jones Reads Frederick Douglass’ Historic Speech | Alternet

Afrispora™ on 07/14/2016 0 Comments • Tags: #4thofjuly #famesearljones #slavery #speech

Some historic words of wisdom from a historic human http://www.democracynow.org/2015/7/3/what_to_the_slave_is_4th http://www.democracynow.org/embed/story/2015/7/3/what_to_the_slave_is_4th http://www.alternet.org/civil-liberties/what-slave-4th-july-james-earl-jones-reads-frederick-douglass-historic-speech Democracynow.org

African-American, Cellphone Blogs, mUSIC, Pre-Stroke (before March 18, 2014)

FINDS WHILE DIGGIN (FWD) & ANCESTRAL WISDOM: ~ Black Male Beats

Afrispora™ on 07/14/2016 0 Comments • Tags: #blackmale #findswhilediggin

This could easily be an official Afrispora.com commissioned piece of music art. That is the highest compliment  I could give. Listen to Africa Fashion Guide – (Music Mix By Blackmale Beats) by Blackmale Beats #np on #SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/blackmale-beats/africa-fashion-guide-music-mix

Academics, African-American, Dr. Clayborne Sayings

Arts ~ ACADEMICS ~ Athletics = The Triple ‘A’ Approach

Afrispora™ on 07/14/2016 0 Comments • Tags: #approach #drclaybornessayings

Much respect good people. Arts ~ ACADEMICS ~ Athletics = The Triple ‘A’ Approach – Dr. Dontraneil Clayborne Connecting things much more academically moving forward. That is what ‘Future Developments’ artist showcases was about and held at KAOS Networks in Leimert Park in March 2014, three weeks before I had an Endocarditis related stroke by … Read More