Hodari P. T. Brown

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Gender MALE
Industry Student
Occupation Tennessee State University
Location Detroit, Michigan, United States
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Introduction I'm an individual who barely sleeps, always working, always planning, constantly analyzing places, people, and things while giving my heart and soul into everything that I do. Working diligently to make a differnce in the world one step at a time is my goal. God has blessed me beyond my years and for that I owe everything to my Lord and Savior! This past summer has helped me change my life and the direction that I am headed. I am a server, a motivator, and a guiding force for the Lord. Therefore, I am who I am!
Interests God, Jesus Christ, Politics, Government, Law, Debating, Fundraising, Typing, Researching, Poetry, Watching and Playing Sports, Writing and Reading, Meeting new people/networking, Learning about others religions, listening to peoples problems and giving solutions or alternatives to people's problems, Community Service, watching movies, hanging out with close friends, and now praying for any and everyone who asks me as well as trying to mold myself spiritually to become a preacher
Favorite Movies Malcolm X, Head of State, Primary Colors, the JFK movie, Coach Carter, Hitch, Independence Day, Bad Boyz I & II, Ali, Boyz-N-Da Hood, Scarface, Menace II Society, Coach Carter, Farenheit 9/11, Farenhype 9/11, Hotel Rwanda, Poetic Justice, GridLock, Juice, Durmline, Finding Forrester, The Firm, Jerry McGuire, Days of Thunder, Belly, Set It Off, Lean On Me, Triple XXX II: State of the Union
Favorite Music Rap, R&B, Hip-Hop, Gospel, Jazz, Blues, Rock & Roll, Country, Classical, and anything else I didn't name. Also my favorite rap artist is Tupac Shakur and I love any and all of his music no matter.
Favorite Books Malcolm X By Any Means Necessary, The Souls of Black Folks, The Autobiography of Malcolm X, Huey Newton and the Black Panther Party, Black Christian Nationalism (New Directions for the Black Church), Narrative of the Life of Fredrick Douglass and other writings, SCAM (How the Black Leadership Exploits Black America), The Mis-Education of the Negro, Is Bill Cosby Right or has the Black Middle Class Lost Its Mind?, Holler If You Hear Me: Searching for Tupac Shakur