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For Immediate Release: Friday, June 22, 2007
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M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi, DGT NTR-Prizes, LLC


Creator of Da Ghetto Tymz magazine and DGTv,
M'BWEBE AJA ISHANGI Releases book, "Analitikul Cogitationz"

Brooklyn, NY — Creator of Da Ghetto Tymz magazine and DGTv, M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi has just released and self-published his long-awaited book, "Analitikul Cogitationz" available now on his website,

Description: For nearly fifteen yearz I've attempted 'shock therapy' on the mindz of Afrikan people by challenging us to dispute everything from history to politics, diet to religion, on down to historic African-American organizationz. My quest was and alwayz will be to challenge you; to dare you to face who taught you; to reveal that not everything you may believe now, you had the opportunity to thoroughly investigate.

Analitikul Cogitationz is a two-part book. So that you can know the person behind Da Ghetto Tymz magazine, Part 1 (Deja Vu), coverz the first few yearz of my re-awakening to Pan-Afrikan consciousness. In this mini-autobiography, I speak of thingz I went through I once was afraid to speak about. Part 2 of Analitikul Cogitationz is a collection of some of my best perspective articles that appeared in Da Ghetto Tymz magazine from 1993-2006.

Pages: xxxxxxxxxx500
Price: xxxxxxxxxxx$24.99
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx$29.99 (Canada/Int'l)
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx$17.00 eBook
Publisher:xxxxxx DGT NTR-Prizes, LLC
Copyright Year: x 2007
ISBN#:xxxxxxxxxx 978-0-6151-4651-5
Language:xxxxxx English
Country:xxxxxxxx United States

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Quotes: "M'Bwebe Ishangi has written a coming of age story for readers in the age of Information. For more than a decade he has researched ancient and contemporary histories and published his findings in Da Ghetto Tymz magazine, which has been widely read by his peers within the Hip Hop community. With his "best of" compilation of essays, M'Bwebe is now poised to be introduced to a wider audience who I hope will use these essays as a blueprint for their mental and economic liberation. Brother M'Bwebe is to be congratulated for unselfishly doing what few souls have done — freed their minds and then helped others free theirs."
xxxxxxxxxxAnthony T. Browder author, From the Browder File

"There are consequences for choosing to follow the Afrikan Way. You will be assaulted by alien minds in Afrikan garb. There will be a loss of friends and family who cannot understand without losing the fragile security they hold so dearly on to. There will be worse than these, the pull of a lifetime of eurocentric habit, a battle against the reason which has validated this reality that brought you thus far. But for those of us who follow the spirit of our Ancestors are no more than mere distractions that we, with time, come to ignore because we know the correctness of our righteous rage. They do not disappear as long as this reality is a dominant force on this planet. This book is about the life and mind of an individual who has made such a choice. With the style and the truth of (Francess) Cress-Welsing, M'Bwebe Ishangi takes us through his transformation from one who only knew that something was very wrong with this reality to one who learned what it was and how to critique and confront it in and outside of himself. The process all of us experience who have discovered the wisdom of our traditions is explained here, in an up close and personal way, in the way that it effected and moldedthis Afrikan maninto the frontline warrior that stands before us today.
The reawakening process of "thesis" (realization that something is wrong), followed by "antithesis" (search for and study of what is wrong andstudy and assimlation of what is right), followed by "synthesis" (discovery and break from any contradictions in newfound truths), are all evident, time and time again, in his journey back home. It is through telling us of this process that he teaches the reader how to go about the business of thinking better as an Afrikan — how to break through layer upon layer of ignorance and humbly embrace knowing. No Afrikan should be without the lessons and experience of this book."
xxxxxxxxxxMwalimu K. Bomani Baruti author, Homosexuality and the Effeminization of Afrikan Males

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