Why are we digging in the CRATES?

What do we know? There is nothing new under the sun, anyone who doesn’t have a history is  like a tree without roots  it can easily wither and perish before it has cast its seeds. We are born into the times which consist of today and tomorrow, both of which are shaped by yesterday. The past may be sound, fragile or obscure, but it is essential to dig into the crates understand how today was formed. “To remain ignorant of what occurred before you were born is to “remain always a child.” Digging into our past enables us to sample our rich history, this in turn will inspire us today and help us visualize the future with more conviction and ‘use’ full information. CRATES explores African icons, events and legendary figures that have contributed immensely to the world we live in now. This reconnection with our past will  help to understand a complex situation we currently face and assist us in finding more permanent solutions to the problems we may confront. “Until the Story of the hunt is told by the Lion, the tale of the hunt will always glorify the hunter.”

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**nb**The featured image  is taken from July 1970 Harlem, full of life: The people who chose not to move with the great exodus by Chris Wild. Available at: http://mashable.com/2015/02/10/harlem-1970s/

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