This is the possible cover for my new book, that I have been working on.
Due to family health issues and a renovation that is still taking place, the release date has been pushed back to first quarter next year.
But, it will worth the late, much longer and not only poetry, but also several political essays will be included.
Currently working on my 3rd book of poetry and fourth book overall.
Will be off social media and blogging for a while.
But I will return in September with an Amazing book of poetry, essays and pictures addressing our current political and social climate.
See you later, my friends……
By: Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare
The Marvel superhero film “Black Panther” has already broken Hollywood records in its first week. It has grossed more than $400 million worldwide, it also broke the record for a February opening, which was previously held by “Deadpool” and it is now the largest opening for a move with an African-American director.
Yet, that success of this movie, which could gross upwards to a billion dollars was not one hundred percent guaranteed.
Just as tens of millions of diverse people were exciting to see this movie about a fictional African kingdom called Wakanda, in which the film’s creators borrowed aspects from real African culture, like the Masai of Kenya and the ancient African empire of Mali. There were a lot of people; minor in comparison who were upset and fearful of this celebration of real African culture in this fictional kingdom. Some even took to social media and posted fake post about being attacked violently by angry black people.
Despite all the effort by many haters, naysayers and racists, this movie was an extreme success. I would rate this film a 9 and a half out of ten. A must see movie.
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