The destruction of Black civilization: great issues of a race from 4500 B.C. to 2000 A.D.
A widely read classic exposition of the history of Africans on the continent—and the people of African descent in the United States and in the diaspora—this well researched analysis details the development of civilization in Africa.
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Theirs was, in fact, a government of the people; theirs was, in fact, not a theory,
but a government by the people; and it was, in fact, a government for the people.
That this kind of government did "pass from the earth" is another fact we now call
In considering the flowering of learning in West Africa and its brutal interruption
by the Moors, certain important facts should stand out because they run through
the entire field of black history. The first, and perhaps the most important fact is
Since most Blacks live within what is essentially a capitalist system, when they
face up to the fact that neither they nor any other shouting group are going to "
destroy the system," then they will be in a position to plan how-to deal with the
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A pulsating book,very quick paced as it moves swiftly through the ages of African development,stagnation and destruction of the African.His contention to deliver the summarised version of his research is fully justified because this is a book whose time is NOW,it cannot wait if the African is to re-awaken from the unfortunate slumber.
Every African must read this book.
I read it very slow and intentional, so I can soak up every word. Outside research to validate this great book has only shown how much we've been lied to for so many centuries. The book is spot on. To sum it up, "Do you want blue pill or the red pill?". Matrix.
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