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Real Niggas In Training (RNIT)

Dr. William Terrell Hoston

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ISBN 10: 0692758380 / ISBN 13: 9780692758380
Published by ZL Publishing House, 2016
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Real Niggas In Training (RNIT)

Publisher: ZL Publishing House

Publication Date: 2016

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Real Niggas in Training (RNIT) is a collective work of poetry and critical opinion pieces that discuss the most disproportionately targeted species on the planet earth: The Black male. It provides a poetic and editorial scope, from one Black man’s perspective, on the thinking within the Black male subculture --- dissecting and probing beneath the complex layers of Black masculinity.

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RNIT is dedicated to the late revolutionary poet, Amiri Baraka, formerly Everett LeRoi Jones (October 7, 1934 - January 9, 2014).  According to Baraka, social frustrations among Blacks have always been transcribed in their literary works.  In 2014, the literary world lost a poetic giant.  He will forever be considered as one of the most prolific and influential Black writers of the twentieth century.  Baraka created a socially heightened platform for artistic expression - one that many are afraid to reach - due to societal, professional, and personal backlash.  His presence on earth displayed that our society needs more Black critical thinkers to confront an America that historically has exhibited a complacent nature in addressing social issues in the Black community.

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