Darold can usually be found exploring the intersections of race, class, technology and culture in context to history, anthropological institutions and systems, and other varying human structures the world over.
RZA watched the Shaw Brothers' martial arts classic "The 36th Chamber of Shaolin" for the first time on television when he was 12 years old. Two years later, he saw the 1978 movie on the big screen "in a seedy Times Square theater on 42nd Street," he recalled.
At 17, like many other Americans, Medgar Evers enlisted in the Army during World War II. A star athlete in high school, he participated in the Allied invasion of Europe, rising to the rank of sergeant before his honorable discharge in 1946.