To Pimp a ButterflyMain MenuTo Pimp A Butterflyby Kendrick LamarInstitutional RacismBlack self-esteemKendrick Lamar is a modern Black leaderMethodologyWorks CitedJohn Rodriguez4b26d0edf89d0df0b191b757c444ed78217f21d0
Complexion (A Zulu Love) Evidence II
12017-06-25T19:35:13-07:00John Rodriguez4b26d0edf89d0df0b191b757c444ed78217f21d0188541plain2017-06-25T19:35:13-07:00John Rodriguez4b26d0edf89d0df0b191b757c444ed78217f21d0 Zulu love is a component of Ubuntu philosophy. According to Otrude N. Moyo, “Ubuntu is the worldview, value system, philosophy of life, and an old tradition in southern African societies.” (Moyo 2). She continues in the piece noting that, “Ubuntu is grounded in relationships, a communitarian ethics where individuality and collectivity are symbiotic. It does not end here, but symbiotic connections of Ubuntu extend to spirituality, to connections with the natural and physical world: plant life and animal world.” (Moyo 2). Simply, Lamar was reemphasizing the need to love each other for our differences, not bicker over them. The only way to undo the years of ideological division of physical differences is to embrace these “communitarian ethics” and appreciate one another.
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1media/Front.jpg2017-06-10T13:08:01-07:00John Rodriguez4b26d0edf89d0df0b191b757c444ed78217f21d0Complexion (A Zulu Love)4featuring Rapsodyplain2017-06-25T19:42:58-07:00John Rodriguez4b26d0edf89d0df0b191b757c444ed78217f21d0