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The Beauty of Black American Exiles

“…it is not enough to be free of the whips, principalities and powers…” — Kamau Brathwaite

Nina Simone — Photo — National Archives of the Netherlands (Ron Kroom/Anefo restored by Bammesk)

When the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was murdered in America in 1968, the late singer, and classical pianist, Nina Simone wrote a song called “Why (The King of Love is Dead)?




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