Tupac Amaru Shakur collection opens at University library

Fresh off the heels of my 2Pac post and review of his classic album, Makaveli The Don Killuminati; The 7 Day Theory comes this news.

Right in time to acknowledge the 15th anniversary of his death, The Atlanta University Center has opened a collection of his writings and other material in their Woodruff library. This further cements his iconic legacy and place as a highly influential figure in American and now literary history.

For the full scope of what this collection is about, check out this link and even visit the site of the non-for-profit bearing his name.



Very Classy. Not much of a hubbub going around the internet about the anniversary yesterday, but this closed things out rarely quietly and respectable in my humble opinion. In other words,

“2Pac Back!”

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