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MENTACIDE – WHAT IS IT?
WHITE PEOPLE’S SEXUAL PSYCHOSIS
SEXUAL HEALING FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS
DEVIANT WHITE SUPREMACY and HOMOSEXUALITY
Mwalimu K. Bomani Baruti
Mwalimu K. Bomani Baruti (aka Larry D. Crawford) is the co-founder and co-director of an independent Afrikan centered full-time and after-school home schooling and tutorial program. He is the author of twelve self-published books, Excuses, Excuses: The Politics of Interracial Coupling in European Culture, negroes and other essays, Chess Primer: An Introduction to the Game of Chess, The Sex Imperative, Homosexuality and the Effeminization of Afrikan Males, Asafo: A Warrior’s Guide to Manhood, Complementarity: Thoughts for Afrikan Warrior Couples, Mentacide and other essays, Kebuka!: Remembering the Middle Passage Through the Eyes of Our Ancestors, Bearings: Essays in Afrikan Centered Social Science, Notes Toward Higher Ideals in Afrikan Intellectual Liberation and Battle Plan. Two others, Sesh, a “how to” book for Afrikan centered warrior scholars who aspire to self-publishing, and Revolutionary Spirit, which presents the thoughts of three generations of initiated priests who understand the clear connection between spirit and warriorhood, are currently being worked on in preparation for a self-publication date of November 2007.
Baruti received his graduate training at the University of Chicago and served as an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Morehouse College and Chicago State University. He is a noted speaker, lecturer and moderator in the Atlanta metro area’s conscious community as well as throughout the country. He has also been called to be a guest on numerous public, commercial and internet radio programs. In addition to public being involved in the public dialogue, Baruti’s writings have appeared in a number of local, national and international magazines, newspapers and journals. His work can also be found posted on various internet websites.
He lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife, Yaa Mawusi, co-founder and co-director of their homeschooling program. They have one daughter, Adwoa Foluke.