His literature was originally inspired by the murder of his younger brother. He wrote, met and came to forgive his brother's killer. His self-published book of poetry entitled "n'nocent RAGE" has gained critical acclaim. Also, kweisi founded The Innocent Rage foundation to help education, inspire and inform youth about the importance of using art to overcome adversity. Kweisi makes regular appearances at elementary schools, high schools, group homes and colleges across the country.
"kweisi is easily one of the brightest lights of our Black culture. He is continuing a legacy. Beyond being a very gifted writer and motivating speaker lies a brotha who has much compassion. That’s what makes him rare. If the reader cannot feel the compassion through the words this brotha writes, then something is wrong with them - not him.” ---Scoop Jackson, ESPN Columnist, Scoop Jackson is an award-winning jornalist who has covered sports and culture for more than 15 years. Jackson, a writer for Page 2, is a former editor of Slam, XXL, Hoop and Inside Stuff magazines and a noted author.
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