Raggo Zulu Rebel Emeritus: The Eloquence of a Scribe - Part 1
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Emeritus is an appellation bestowed upon a person who has personified excellence in their respective profession, (usually a former holder of an office, especially a college professor) having retired but allowed to retain their title as an honor. We present part one of a two-part dialogue with Raggo Zulu Rebel to discuss his retirement from his over two decades musical career, and why he is deserving of the designation of emeritus.
In part one of this trenchant, evocative, and sapient Unabridged Interview, we continue our dialogue with an exposition on the importance of recognizing one African identify despite the multitude of idiosyncratic ethic expressions, understanding the horizontal violence of the colonized from Frantz Fanon’s concept of behavioral patterns of avoidance, the importance of building independent and culturally relevant institutions, and much more.
Get this dialogue today, and you too will experience the eloquence of this scribe, our dear brother, Raggo Zulu Rebel!
Length: 01:33:20 Size: 39.2 MB