Marcus Garvey Special: A PBS Mockumentary

Marcus Garvey Special A PBS Mockumentary By Mwariama D. KAMAU Editor’s Note: On Feb. 12, 2001 PBS aired the documentary Marcus Garvey: Look for Me in the Whirlwind. Since then there has been much discussion about errors and contradictions in the production. And it affirms once again that we must always critically evaluate all information… More Marcus Garvey Special: A PBS Mockumentary

Look for me in the whirlwind: Factual inaccuracies and slanderous statements

(paid link) “Look for me in the whirlwind” is a quote from a message by Marcus Garvey. PBS used it as the title to a documentary it produced on him as well. Has the whirlwind Garvey referred to begun? Melanin is worth more than gold, the Red, Black and Green is rapidly approaching its 100th… More Look for me in the whirlwind: Factual inaccuracies and slanderous statements

Herodotus says it is plain to see the Egyptians are dark skinned…

Herodotus Book II Chapter 104 [1] For it is plain to see that the Colchians are Egyptians; and what I say, I myself noted before I heard it from others. When it occurred to me, I inquired of both peoples; and the Colchians remembered the Egyptians better than the Egyptians remembered the Colchians; [2] the… More Herodotus says it is plain to see the Egyptians are dark skinned…

HAS THE AFRICAN A GOD?

The editorial in The African Morning Post issue of May 7, under the heading: “Do The Europeans Believe In god?” has been read by me with great interest. I fail however to agree with the conclusion in the last but one paragraph that, “judging by the European’s attitude towards the Africans, there is no indication… More HAS THE AFRICAN A GOD?