Giannis Antetokounmpo – The (Nigerian) Greek Freak
Though he was born in Greece, under Greek laws, he remained a stateless person until he became a citizen when he was almost 20–years–old. "Obviously, I was born in Greece and went to school in Greece. But at the end . . ."
Under "Health" tap into PHEN’s Annual African American Prostate Cancer Disparity Summit and under "Travel" see Egypt on the Potomac Walking Field Trip in D.C., probably the last Tony Browder will do before the 70–year–old retires. A new Rick James documentary is streaming. Don't miss the lively talk and exploration of "Mammy's Revenge?" with Morgan State University Archivist Dr. Ida Jones on Port Of Harlem Talk Radio.
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