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The Michael Adebowale’s Tale: Why London Is No Place For A Young Black Man

The Michael Adebowale’s Tale: Why London Is No Place For A Young Black Man At the moment, many are still wondering. And asking questions such as, what could have caused a young man from a Christian family to become a Muslim. And more confusing, an extreme form of Islam. The only people that can answer those questions, are Michael Adebowale and his younger accomplice. Will we ever find out? Maybe yes. Maybe Never.

While still pondering over the above questions and many others,  it would be interesting to take a look at this article “Why London Is No Place For A Young Black Man.” It was written for the UK Guardian a while ago by Peter Akinti, a British of Nigerian parenthood.

In one of the paragraphs, Peter wrote,

It has become fashionable for both black and white people in Britain to act as if they don’t have the slightest idea about racism, about why black men reach the point where inertia sets in, where we can’t seem to connect properly with the world, why we are absent, why we end up unfocused, directionless, trying to rob and kill.

Do peter and Michael share any similarities? Click to read the full article.

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