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OIL & WATER By Dapo V. Akers
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He was a devoted Muslim. She was a devoted Christian. A horrific accident would cross their paths to cross. They would eventually marry. He remained dedicated to his Islamic faith. She remained... More > dedicated to her Christian faith. All was well until a child entered the family. He wanted to raise the child practing Islam. She wanted to raise the child practing Christianity. Will this different of opinion bring an end to their marriage or will love conquer all?< Less
Homeless-365(Memoirs from the streets.) By Dapo V. Akers
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Bruce Gee is an award winning journalist whose heart goes out to the homeless. He decided to take a leave of abscence from his job as a reporter for The Richmond Times for a year to go undercover... More > down on the streets to live as a homeless person. His goal is to write a best seller about living as a homeless person and donate the proceeds to help the fight against homeless. Travel with Bruce as learns about the hardships homeless people encounters everyday. Bruce not only learn how to survive without the things we take for granted he also learns a great deal about himself< Less
The Angry Adolescents By Dapo V. Akers
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This play addresses the issues that are common in most black communities.
The Truth and Nothing But...(A black man's journey) By Dapo V. Akers
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Dre Baker grew up, the way many African Americans did in the 60’s and 70’s; thinking that the world was in the dark until the Europeans shined their light upon it. He forsook his friends... More > and family to live the way of the white man. However, when he finally realized that his ancestors were the true light of the world it sent him on a journey for “The Truth and Nothing But The Truth” about his heritage< Less
"When the rabbit got the gun" By Dapo V. Akers
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Robert Lee was born into slavery. As he grew into a man he watched as his cruel slave master tormented the slaves, simply for the pleasure of having it done. When the news about a woman who was... More > helping slaves escape to freedom, via an underground railroad, spread throughout the plantation, Robert decided that he would climb aboard. While living as a free Negro, Robert met a woman who taught him how to read and write. After graduating he decided to open a school to teach free slaves. However, after teaching free blacks for awhile his heart went out to the Negroes who were still in bondage; so he decided to do something about the ignorance that plagued the Negroes that remained in captivity. Robert met and befriended an abolitionist named Marvin Martin. Together this salt and pepper team traveled throughout the South, under the disguise of slave and slave master, secretly teaching slaves how to read and write.< Less
Manimal By Dapo V. Akers
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Manimal(Eshu) had the body of a man but the head of a lion; opposite the sphinx. He was God to an isolated tribe of Ethiopians, who wanted nothing to do with the rest of the world. A freak storm... More > brought a money loving American in their midst. He escaped and took the tribal leader\ priest's children back with him to America, to be put on display. Berihun, the tribal leader/priest, had only one hope of getting his children back, and that was with the help of his God, Eshu(Manimal). Once in America, Manimal also ends up on display. However, once he is freed, by his army of felines, he unleashes his vengeance on the one person who had once conquered a God< Less
When the rabbit got the gun (The play) By Dapo V. Akers
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Robert met and befriended an abolitionist named Marvin Martin. Together this salt and pepper team traveled throughout the South, under the disguise of slave and slave master, secretly teaching slaves... More > how to read and write. However, when the desire to see and teach his own flesh and blood became too strong for Robert to keep suppressing, Robert decided to once again face his former slave master; only to find that he had became even harsher towards the slaves, over the years. After hiding out and secretly watching all of the atrocities being performed on the slaves; Robert decided to show the wicked whites what caused his woes, just how it feels to be a slave, by over taking the plantation. He made the slaves the masters and the masters the slaves; to show them that hunting ain’t fun “When the rabbit got the gun.”< Less
From the toilet to the throne (The story of Hobo Joe) By Dapo V. Akers
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Joe’s confrontation with the candidate, which was televised live, gained him instant national fame. When an anonymous person recommended that Joe run for the Presidency, millions of Americans... More > agreed with the recommendation. After shocking the nation, by winning the election by a landslide, Joe decides that his main mission was to bring an end to the constant bickering between the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. Joe decides that the only way to unify these parties was to gather all 535 members of Congress together and have a drink-fest. The party would last for one week; a week where the people are neither a democrat, nor a republican, just Americans drinking and bringing America back to its indivisible state of existence.< Less
A slave (Man) named YORK By Dapo V. Akers
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York was left off of the official roster Meriwether Lewis turned into the War Department in Washington and out of the history books; due to his slave status. It’s time the world knew about... More > “A SLAVE MAN NAMED YORK.” York’s mere presence saved the expedition on a number of occasions. The Indians referred to him as Big Medicine. This title kept several different Indian tribes from completely annihilating the people that went along on this expedition, many of times. They (Indians) thought that if they harmed any member of the expedition, Big Medicine, whom they believe was along with expedition to serve as their protector, would harm or kill them and their families. This work tells the story of the Great Expedition from York’s perspective< Less
Wmbmates (play) By Dapo V. Akers
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This being the case, both Rebecca and her husband, Shaka, decided to name their boys Esau and Jacob; which were also the names of Rebecca’s biblical twins. Esau and Jacob Robinson’s... More > dislike for each other existed well into their adulthood. But when Jacob became a transvestite named Jenny and, with the assistance of Rebecca, stole Esau’s inheritance, which was worth millions of dollars; the dislike turned into outright hatred. This family feud would put mother against son, father against son, husband against wife, and of course, brother against brother; until the Arch Angel Gabriel decided that enough was enough. When Gabriel took it upon himself to put an end to the civil war that plagued the Robinson family, he used all of the resources heaven had to offer< Less

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