Philadelphia Born & Bred: ameriKKKa's Most hated muslim poet

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Habib Abu Lateef Babatunde

Abu Lateef Babatunde is a poet and writer known for his poetry and essays that explore themes of race, class, crime, and social justice ¹. His work often reflects his experiences as a Black Muslim man living in America, and he writes about topics such as racism, bigotry, and the impact of systemic oppression on individuals and communities ² ³ ⁴ ⁵. Some of his poems include:

- "On Scope"
- "PHILADELPHIA No city for doves"
- "Philadelphia Zombie"
- "11th Light Infantry Brigade RVN 1968"

Babatunde's writing style is characterized by its accessibility, clarity, and unapologetic honesty, and his work has resonated with readers who appreciate his unique perspective and voice.