Taye Uhuru (Tah-Yay Oo-Who-Roo) is a historian, archivist, genealogist, student of middle childhood education, and an independent hip-hop artist. The author has visited over 45 states and 60 countries. He has recorded and performed with musicians in the Netherlands, South Africa, Senegal, and several other countries. During his travels, he has studied abroad. In 2014 he studied in the Dominican Republic at Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE). While in the Dominican Republic, he studied Caribbean diseases, Dominican history, and culture. He also volunteered at Ama a Tu Projimo Orphanage, La Mina, and Centro El Café community centers. In 2016 he studied abroad in Brazil at Universidade do Sul de Santa Carina (UNISUL). There he studied Portuguese, Brazilian history, and Capoeira. Taye has also dedicated several years to working with people who have developmental disabilities and tutoring children. The author has also participated in fundraisers, food drives, and back-to-school give away’s for people in need in Cleveland, Haiti, the Philippines, Cape Verde, and other countries. He likes to spend time with his family, study different cultures, learn foreign languages, try new foods, read books, garden, and write music. Each year Taye takes groups of adults, middle school, high school, and college students on educational tours to Africa. His music videos “Blacker the Berry” featuring Charde Renee and “Do Revolutionaries Go to Heaven” are on YouTube. The Afro Set Black Nationalist Party for Self Defense is his first book.
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