Melanin Is Worth More Than Gold

Melanin Is Worth More Than Gold

Is This The Era Of The Blessed Generation?

Nine months after placing a marker at the grave of the Honorable Lady Henrietta Vinton Davis, we prepared to conduct a sacred libation ceremony in March 2014. The goal was honoring the one-hundred fifty-four African American women and girls who were lynched in America.

Then seemingly from out of nowhere the words came:

Melanin is a chemical

Chemicals have dollar value

What is the dollar value of melanin?

Several blog posts later we learned all manner of hoaxes, myths and urban legends were being promoted regarding melanin:

  • Melanin is not carbon,
  • There are no melanin thieves,
  • there is no melanin stock market,
  • melanin injections wont change people's skin color.
  • melanin in your skin has nothing to do with the pineal gland
  • and others.

But there is a verifiable fact, melanin is worth more than gold. Melanin is worth more than gold, silver, platinum, palladium, rhodium and coltan...COMBINED!!! How did we come to know melanin is worth more than gold?

What are the consequences for it expanding human awareness? Can we make this a planet that works for everyone? How does it connect to the Red, Black and Green flag, and the Afro - Official Currency of the Untied States of Africa? Does this all mean we are living in a new era "The Era of the Blessed Generation?" Learn the answers and more in this book.

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About the Book

The story that demands to be told. The Lynching of 148 Black women in America and Trayvon Martin’s unnatural demise effectively combine to cause us to know melanin is worth more than gold. The price of melanin was $353 a gram then. Presently, melanin is worth over $380 a gram more than gold. This book documents the journey which brought the truth to us. In the process we realized melanin’s ability to expand human awareness. We present that power to you.

Genres: Black Studies, Current Affairs
Tags: africa, african, black, gold, melanin, people, Recommended Books, semiconductor, value, worth
Publisher: The Mhotep Corporation
Publication Year: 2020
ISBN: 9780578480862
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About the Author
Nnamdi Azikiwe

Unlike his namesake "Zik of Africa," Nnamdi Azikiwe was born in Washington, D.C. Terms used to describe him include tall, nna (daddy,) brother, systems analyst, “Producer”Personified,” editor, researcher, writer, and arrogant.

He lived his early years in D.C. before relocating to Chicago, Kansas City, and Concord, North Carolina ultimately returning to the city of his birth. A graduate of the University of the District of Columbia, he has spent various amounts of time in Haiti, Mexico, Canada, the Bahamas, Ethiopia, Italy, Nigeria, Benin, Togo, South Africa and England.

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