Marcus Garvey’s greatest achievement

Marcus Garvey’s greatest achievement was performing psychic surgery on the minds of millions of mentally enslaved people to restore their sense of pride, dignity, nobility and nation. His operating room was liberty hall. His scalpel was the Black Star Shipping Line. You know who were his nurses. Red Black and Green  stitches were covered by…… Continue reading Marcus Garvey’s greatest achievement


I trust that the Negro peoples of the world are now convinced that the work of the Universal Negro Improvement Association is not a visionary one, but very practical, and that it is not so far fetched, but can be realized in a short while if the entire race will only co-operate and work toward the desired end.

The Eye of Ra African Sorority and Fraternity Reading List

The Eye of Ra is an African Sorority and Fraternity founded in Washington, D.C. at the University of the District of Columbia. Initiation into the Eye of Ra includes adopting an African name, researching a part of African history then making a presentation on it, participation in a study group  As part of its Rites…… Continue reading The Eye of Ra African Sorority and Fraternity Reading List

Invention of Steel in the Kingdom of Karagwe part of Bunyoro-Kitara Empire

Keyamsha The Awakening Continues…when the rest of the world was going through the bronze age…Africa was smelting carbon steel.


One of the most widely spread quotes by Marcus Garvey is the title of this post. Even United States President Barack Obama uses a paraphrased quote in his book Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance. Though Obama may not necessarily be a fan of the concepts presented here he could possibly…… Continue reading LOOK UP, YOU MIGHTY RACE

The Ethiopian Origins of Civiliation

Most people do not know…civilization started in Africa. Dr. John G. Jackson tells us so in his book The Ethiopian Origins of Civilization. Download the essay where Dr. Jackson lays out the fact at: Ethiopia and the Origin of Civilization (BCP Pamphlet Series) by John G Jackson from the Knights of Imhotep Library

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