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From Niggas to Gods (Part One)

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  • Posted September 24, 2010

    Hey its just me Jay-Whitey talking

    Why not from whitey to god? God that I know does not choose colors so why do you?and you think thats ok,and the same racist things still come around day after day because this way of thinking!whats wrong my white past is in the past,I did'nt do it the peeps before me did!we are not all bad,just like you are not all bad.Whites are not all bad!I don't care what color I Love everybody!even if you where Green!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2004

    a literary master piece

    this book is a very excellent start in raising your consciousness. i've read parts one and two and recommend both. akil speaks about introspective thought, critical thinking, and the condition of black folk. in part two he gives an extensive list of books that i also endorse. WAKE UP AND EAT THE BREAKFAST THAT THESE BOOKS PROVIDE, IT'S FOOD FOR THOUGHT!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2002

    For The Black Youth

    I've just finished reading from niggas to gods part 1. And it was amazing it really focuses on the black youth of today and really tells us how amerikkka is today on the black youth this is a book you'll want to read over and over go check this book out.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2001

    This book is truly deep...

    I'm a student in high school and now a days the stuff I see that goes on around me makes me shame to be a young black man, I wish my friends could read this book and find out the truth about the world around them today...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2000

    ANOTHER GREAT ONE

    THIS BOOK IS DEEP. ONE OF THE DEEPEST BOOKS I HAVE EVER READ.I FULLY AGREE WITH ALL TOPICS ADDRESSED IN THIS BOOK AND WISH SO MANY OTHERS HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO STUDY THIS PEACE OF WORK. I HAVE THE MOST RESPECT AND LOVE FOR SUCH WRITERS TO POINT OUT THE PROBLEMS IN OUR EVERYDAY SOCIETY AND TAKE THE TIME TO COMPOSE SUCH LITERATURE IN ORDER TO SET US FREE FROM THIS PSYCHOLOGICAL BONDAGE THAT WE STILL LIVE IN.

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    Posted February 24, 2010

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