This is a dope ass moment.
I’ll be honest I have outgrown 99.8% of today’s rap music for the most part. I generally have no idea who the new artists even are.
Due to my age I just can’t get with the antics anymore but this is an antic I can always get with.
It’s so amazing when ordinary people can do extraordinary things. I’m sure this fan will never ever forget this encounter.
Experts think the company intends to sell more than hardcovers, paperbacks, and Kindles at its retail location.
Amazon has launched a new brick-and-mortar bookstore, but did it actually leave its heart in the web?
Dubbed Amazon Books, the new retail store is open at University Village in Seattle.
In an announcement on Tuesday, Amazon Books vice president Jennifer Cast called the store “a physical extension of Amazon.com,” adding that the company has used the knowledge it’s gained over the last two decades about consumer tastes to create a desirable in-store shopping experience.
“The books in our store are selected based on Amazon.com customer ratings, pre-orders, sales, popularity on Goodreads, and our curators’ assessments,” Cast wrote in the announcement. “These are fantastic books! Most have been rated 4 stars or above, and many are award winners.”
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A recently-discovered letter reportedly handwritten by El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (aka Malcolm X) in 1964 describes racism at that time as an “incurable cancer” that was “plaguing” America.
Los Angeles historic manuscript and letter dealer, Moments in Time, retrieved the six-page letter, reportedly written by the civil rights activist. It went on sale Sunday for $1.25 million.
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The Center for Civil and Human Rights and the Laney Legacy in Moral Leadership Program at the Candler School of Theology, is proud to present Ambassador Attallah Shabazz as the guest lecturer for Malcolm X 50 Years Later: The Legacy of Moral Leadership.
Hosted by the James T. and Berta R. Laney Legacy Program.
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