D. Scot Miller: AfroSurreal Generation: AFROSURREAL MANIFESTO.
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1:07 am, PST
People have intimated that I “have a problem with authority.” I’ve heard this before. I don’t have a problem with authority…I have a problem with the abuse(s) and abuser(s) of authority.
Furthermore, the problem (as I see it, of course) is that I un-categorically refuse to be “put in my place…” as is defined by anything white – and/or by anyone else who tries for that matter.
For my ‘place’ is the Universe – and as tiny a mote as I am in the vastness of the universe, I am AFRIKAN.
And AFRIKA has always had a ‘place’ in the Creation of the Universe. The Universe is my teacher, and it is she to whom I listen.
ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE
February 19, 2013 at 9:03 am
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