Small people one day will get big. And those that they call minorities are most of the people that you see.
The following is the unedited version of an essay i wrote that appears in PARA- an anthology on art and parasitism edited by Woo Yun Jin This essay explains how we appropriate the idea of para-and explain a Para-site in the context of our work with two spaces we have created; the… Continue reading Para-sites cannot be defined
There are a number of stories in the bible where Jesus does some questionable things. Miracles. He makes impossible things possible. Jesus did magical things. In John 2:1-11(NIV) Jesus turns water into wine. 2 On the third day a wedding took place at Cana in Galilee. Jesus’ mother was there, 2 and Jesus and his disciples… Continue reading In a world where only Jesus can Make Miracles?
Princes and Princesses must trod out of Egypt, Ithiopians now stretch forth their hands to Haile Selassie I, Rastafari O’ Haile Selassie I of Ithiopia, I’n’I Ivine Majesty, Thy Irits come into I to dwell in the parts of righteousness. Lead I’n’I, Help I’n’I to forgive that I’n’I must be forgiven, Teach I’n’I love, loyalty… Continue reading When Rasta Reggae artist travel/tour the World what kinds of contribution should they be required to make to the Rastafari community ?
Airport Anthropology I feel the same way every time i go to the airport. Kinda puzzled, curious, worried. I know i feel a way because all i want to do is look at people coming outta the airport and who pick dem up. Is not fas mi fas but mi just really interested fi understand… Continue reading Airport anthropology, one next ting and di post weh mi did a write from before
Now that the World Cup is over, it is a good time to say what i have learnt and it is not about football. It is about what belongs to men and what belongs to women. Sports has a way of showing that divide sharply. What i have learnt from CVM TV's exclusive coverage of… Continue reading Implement quotas for women in politics and women in sports coverage
One of the truest things about Reggae, Rasta Music, is that it has soul. There is a riddim that is deep and connected and African and black that goes way back in Reggae. Reggae is the sound and vibration from the heart. The problem with Reggae is that it made Jamaica famous. It brought notoriety,… Continue reading Maybe Reggae is a Diamond
"plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose" "Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the center cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world." William Butler Yeats’s poem “The Second Coming,” If yuh nah pay attention yuh probably wouldn't notice seh Christine Lagard… Continue reading Black Man nah guh know dem selves till dem back against the wall-Beyond the IMF and Geopolitical Economics