Before there was American History there Was African History

From Ebony February 1989 some real truth about real history. Our story is on cosmic time. This is a painting of the people of Kush from the tomb of Seti I in Kemet about 1300 BC. Fascinating article from the February 1989 issue of Ebony magazine. It starts talking of "Black biographies" with names from… Continue reading Before there was American History there Was African History

From Ebony February 1989 some real truth about real history. Our story is on cosmic time. This is a painting of the people of Kush from the tomb of Seti I in Kemet about 1300 BC. Fascinating article from the February 1989 issue of Ebony magazine. It starts talking of “Black biographies” with names from…… Continue reading Before there was American History there Was African History

James Baldwin tells us: “Who is the Ni**er?

Who is the Ni**er? Well i know this…and anybody who has tried to live knows this. What you say about somebody else (you know) anybody else, reveals you. What I think of you as being is dictated by my own necessities, my own psychology, my own uhm fears…and desires. I’m not describing you when I…… Continue reading James Baldwin tells us: “Who is the Ni**er?

Liberty University from the Negro World Newspaper

Liberty University is probably one of the least known aspects of the movement for the redemption of Africa.  The Universal Negro Improvement Association, founded by Marcus Garvey, was sought out to purchase the school.  Located in Claremont, Surrey, Virginia on the south shore of the James River, the school was originally founded by John Jefferson…… Continue reading Liberty University from the Negro World Newspaper

African Fundamentalism by Marcus Garvey

Let the sky and God be our limit, and Eternity our measurement. There is no height to which we cannot climb by using the active intelligence of our own minds.
Mind creates, and as much as we desire in Nature we can have through the creation of our own minds.

€2,697,000 ($3,493,050) for NKUNDU/NGATA ANTHROPOMORPIC SARCOPHAGUS at Christie’s Paris auction house

  €2,697,000 ($3,493,050) for NKUNDU/NGATA ANTHROPOMORPIC SARCOPHAGUS at Christie's Paris auction house Wooden African sculpture from the north-west Mbandaka region of The Democratic Republic of Congo sold on December 12, 2012 for €2,697,000 ($3,493,050).

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