Every fruit that drops from a tree bears a seed that is the potential for new growth. The life led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a living fruit that fell to the ground in Memphis, Tennessee on April 4, 1968.
The bullet that ended Dr. King's days woke up Dr. Nkosi K. M. Ajanaku, who was a law school student in Memphis at the time. He then began a journey of self-discovery. Along the way, he learned how to use the life and legacy of Dr. King as a seed to grow a new civilization free of the limiting cultural orientations to which he, Dr. King, and all of us are exposed at birth.
The result is the new science of Humaculture, which solves the who, what, when, where, why, and how mysteries associated with America's long nightmare experience with slavery. The byproducts are tools to eliminate ethnic hatred and grow children who naturally live at the level of their human capacity.
Humaculture is a living science that gives each individual the opportunity to disengage from unfounded notions about the nature of America, while embracing the essence of its creed: that all babies are born the same. At the core of Humaculture is Esnicity, the uniqueness and unlimited power inherent in the birth of the baby.
Dr. Nkosi's poems are therapy. They reflect the healing nature of revelation, sometimes making you live; sometimes moving you to tears; and always pointing the way to growth. His poetry is so powerful that one poem cannot be read without being compelled to read them all.
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Dr. Nkosi K. M. Ajanaku was born in Tunica, Mississippi, on January 8, 1935. He is the founder and chief researcher of the Future America Basic Research Institute (FABRI).
During its almost forty-year history, the FABRI has taught thousands of people the basic principles of Humaculture, the science that teaches people how to be human according to the scientific definition of homosapiens.
Dr. Nkosi graduated from Memphis State University (now the University of Memphis) in 1966 with degrees in both political science and Latin. He received his law degree from Memphis State University School of Law in 1969. Using the skills he acquired through this education, he began his research into the root cause of the social ills that plague the nation. Five years after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Dr. Nkosi had discovered how to dismantle the culture that produces poverty, crime, ethnic hatred, and ineffective education.
Dr. Nkosi continues to lead the way in unifying all people and in creating a civilization in which each one of us realizes our full capacity as human beings.
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Book Description RoseDog Books, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # SONG1434993604