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FROM YALE TO RASTAFARI: Letters to My Mom, 1995-1998

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by: FROM YALE TO RASTAFARI: Letters to My Mom, 1995-1998 Ras Nathaniel
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Publication Date: April 28, 2019
Book Size: 5" x 8"
Pages: 257
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Color
ISBN: 9781645503620
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Book Synopsis
"The decision you make can either radically break with the death dealing status quo of the system or acquiesce to the system. You must choose Revolution."

Anthony "Tony" Blake, a top high school swimming recruit, entered Yale as a freshman in 1989. By 1991 he was the first African American on the All Ivy League Swimming Team, but in 1992 he failed to qualify for the U.S. Olympic Trials. In February of 1993, three days after leading Yale to its first Conference Championship in fifteen years, and just two months before graduation, Tony Blake disappeared. In the fall of 1995, he returned to Yale, but he was no longer the same person. These letters, for the first time, reveal the new man, Ras Nathaniel who would go on to lead a millennial movement and diplomatic effort at the African Union on behalf of the Rastafari and African Diaspora communities.
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The Fact That u just told part of my story by telling your story Means Alot How's Hondu
.....
I was The Only Little Kid Around Peace And Blessings ???
PartyKing Keyz
Posted: August 11, 2021
Customer comment 0 star rating
I Remember You Computer Was Your Thing First Dude I met with Dreads Multiple Color Mostly Green U was the only person Interested in Learning And Bettering Them Selfs Why Dr.El- Amin Like You And Why He Only Spoke Good Thing When Your Name Was Brought Up
The Fact That u just told part of my story by telling your story Means Alot How's Hondu
.....
I was The Only Little Kid Around Peace And Blessings ???
PartyKing Keyz
Posted: August 11, 2021
Customer comment 5 star rating
I Remember You Computer Was Your Thing First Dude I met with Dreads Mostly Green U was the only person Interested in Learning And Bettering Them Selfs Why Dr.El- Amin Like You
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Anthony "Tony" Blake, a top high school swimming recruit, entered Yale as a freshman in 1989. By 1991 he was the first African American on the All Ivy League Swimming Team, but in 1992 he failed to qualify for the U.S. Olympic Trials. In February of 1993, three days after leading Yale to its first Conference Championship in fifteen years, and just two months before graduation, Tony Blake disappeared. In the fall of 1995, he returned to Yale, but he was no longer the same person. These letters, for the first time, reveal the new man, Ras Nathaniel
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