This book details over twenty years of research and first-hand experience with the intent of “offering a side of organized academic and cultural intelligentsia responsible for the derailment of Afrikan people toward self-reliance from Alexander the (not so) Great to W.E.B. DuBois.
Many haven't put much stock into what goes on outside the Earth's atmosphere... but that does not mean nothings goin' on. There's a whole 'nother' concept of time few of us allow ourselves to experience... The Inner Mind's Eye.
Author, M'Bwebe Ishangi explores the cryptic (or hidden) practices of wealth building shared by numerous wealthy families for over 200 years. Whereas before we weren't privy to the strategic conversation of using money as as tool to work for us instead of we working for it.
There’s a storm coming that has cultural meteorologists scrambling to control it. Systemic damage control units have been deployed to daze the consciousness of a sleeping giant. But the target isn't a pastor or politician. It's the Black Athlete!
Lower Manhattan is sacred ground, but not for what happened on September 11, 2001. Wall Street would not be without the forced free labor, which included the starvation and death of tenz-if not hundredz-of-thousandz of Afrikanz brought here against their will.
The founding pirates of this country showed their enormous affinity toward ancient Kemet. Historian, Anthony Browder reveals the Afrikan influence with his tours in D.C. This Video Article gives a complimentary look.
I was on the internet and cried like a baby as I saw the frail figure of someone who I learned a grea deal about the Boule’, Steve Cokely. What was sad was how he quicly deteriorated and it got me to thinking about the evolution of life.
Every January, we hear the "I Have A Dream" speech, but if you research this still mysterious murder, you'll find it continues to be a nightmare! While most accepted, there are those that knew there was another side of the story that wasn't been told.
The fusion of ‘Kemet’ and ‘morphosis’. Two words and concept that culminate the Afrikan equivalence to Muslims’ Hajj to Mecca or a Christians’ pilgrimage to Bethlehem; a re-membering (or putting back together) of our past giving us the tools to pave a more clear future.