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What Has The Movement Done for Tupac Lately?

Confronting the audacity of the recent Pac Pride Announcement

Lesane Parish Crooks was born June 16th, 1971 in East Harlem of Manhattan, New York. A year later, he would be named after the descendant of the last Incan Ruler. He would be renamed and forever revolutionized as Tupac Amaru Shakur. Tupac Amaru was a monarch of the Neo-Inca State in…

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AfroSapiophile is a hub for critical thinking and analysis pertaining to civil rights, human rights, systemic racism and sexism across politics, entertainment, and history.

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Freelance Writer & Journalist 📝📚| #WEOC | Blackivist| Editor for Cultured, WEOC, & AfroSapiophile. Bylines in Momentum & GEN Publications.

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