AFRICAN THINKERS (Mind Liberation #25)

We must resist compromising compliance, and embrace principled thinking. … Too often we never question our parents, elders, bosses, professors, our church leaders, our government officials and political leaders. When we do, we’re considered disrespectful, and our African PHDs … make sure we’re quickly hammered down. This fear of being so hammered has prevented us from dreaming the impossible, daring the unthinkable, and pursuing the unreachable. It is only as our minds are transformed that we can begin to think and act differently—counterculturally. This is what mind liberation is all about. —S.K. Pipim, The Transformed Mind, pp. 226-227.

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