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Life Arts    H4'ed 6/16/20

Rohn Kenyatta Recites Gil Scott-Heron's Black History

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In light of the current state of affairs in the United States and the "awakening", it is a good time to revisit His-Story. Here, I recite the poem Black History, written by the late, great Dr. Gil Scott-Heron.

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Rohn Kenyatta is a native Californian that has three children, all of them girls and believes that all of the world's problems could be solved if "we were all just good to children". He raises the youngest child alone and has since her (more...)
 

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