Sonia Sanchez Knows What it Means to #KeepitDangerous!

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”The black artist is dangerous. Black art controls the “Negro’s” reality, negates negative influences, and creates positive images.” Sonia Sanchez (b. 1934), African American poet. Black Women Writers at Work, ch. 10, by Claudia Tate (1985). About these ads

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Bad Ideas I Had in 2013 and Other Things That Haven’t Panned Out…Yet!

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I wrote an optimistic blog on December 31, 2012 titled, Dangerous Lee’s Top Life Events of 2012 & Resolutions for 2013, in an attempt to write great things into existence and in the blog I go on and on about some … Continue reading

Dangerous Lee’s Top 20 Picks of December 2013

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Graphic Artists Needed @DangerousLee.Biz #KeepitDangerous! Fundraiser: Donate $20 and Get a Dope T-Shirt! We Just Joined The 5,000 Posts Alliance on Tumblr! Music Video: Have a Simply Dangerous Work Bitch Christmas! Dangerous Lee’s Response to @Lifehackorg’s 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do Ask Dangerous … Continue reading

5 Reasons You Didn’t See Spike Lee’s Film – Oldboy

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You’ve never heard of it. When I saw it there were only three other people in the theater! You didn’t know Spike Lee was the director or you did know and didn’t give a shit. You didn’t see Spike Lee’s … Continue reading

Detroit’s Very Own Jessica Care Moore: Black Tea and The Legend of Jesse James

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The Last Poets introduced me to who the world knows as Detroit, Michigan’s International living legend, Jessica Care Moore. And I can say I have been thankful and humbled by this lovely Queens’ energy, creativity and brilliance ever since. The … Continue reading