Black People : 100 Greatest African Books

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Did You Learn Or Study Out Of Any Of These Books In The Amerikkkan Educational System

  1. Yes

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  2. No

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  1. Chinelo

    Chinelo Third Eye Is Always Open MEMBER

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    Brothers And Sisters as you navigate you and your children through the poisonous public and so called secondary educational systems of these pale skin societies, you will get the dumbed down and manipulative version of their HIStory, and the watered down version of the enslaved condition with which you were forced into.....

    Their goal is to keep recycling slaves to progress their oppressive and wicked economic, social and political systems, that are crutched by white supremacist ideologies.......

    Therefore you as africans displaced in lands and amidst a cultural drowning and attempted genocide, must reinforce and revolutionize your minds and your children, and any other young brothers and sisters to the truths and accuracy of the great civilizations and societies for which you as the african produced and progressed before this pale skin set foot into the motherland..........

    Let me present books and authors that the white man have hidden from you and your children's minds.......

    continued.........
     
  2. Chinelo

    Chinelo Third Eye Is Always Open MEMBER

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    100 Greatest African History Books : 1 - 10
    1. The Book of the Glory of the Blacks

    2. The Golden Age of West African Civilization
    3. Daily Life in the Kingdom of the Kongo
    4. Afrikan Genesis, Volume I
    5. African Origins of the Major Western Religions
    6. Royal Arts of Africa
    7. Nile Valley Contributions to Civilization
    8. The Irritated Genie
    9. The Zimbabwe Culture
    10. Lost Cities & Ancient Mysteries of Africa & Arabia

    100 Greatest African History Books : 11 - 20
    11. A Glorious Age in Africa
    12. The Signs and Symbols of Primordial Man
    13. Negro: An Anthology
    14. African Kingdoms
    15. The African Slave Trade
    16. The Lost Cities of Africa
    17. African Glory
    18. The Birth of Art in Black Africa
    19. African Traditional Architecture
    20. Tutankhamen

    100 Greatest African History Books : 21 - 30
    21. The Image of the Black in Western Art
    22. The Ruins of Empires
    23. African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality?
    24. Civilization or Barbarism
    25. Precolonial Black Africa
    26. Architecture Soudanaise: Vitalite d'une tradition urbaine et monumentale
    27. Brazil: Mixture or Massacre?
    28. Timbuctoo the Mysterious
    29. The World and Africa
    30. The Civilizations of Africa

    100 Greatest African History Books : 31 - 40
    31. African Architecture: Evolution and Transformation
    32. The Music of the Most Ancient Nations
    33. Life in Ancient Egypt
    34. Two Thousand Years of Nigerian Art
    35. Papers in African Prehistory
    36. Echoes of the Old Darkland
    37. The Star of Deep Beginnings
    38. The Voice of Africa: Volumes I and II
    39. Staying Power: The History of Black People in Britain
    40. Early Art and Architecture of Africa

    100 Greatest African History Books : 41 - 50
    41. Churches in Rock: Early Christian Art in Ethiopia
    42. A Short History of African Art
    43. Black Pioneers of Science and Invention
    44. Pillars in Ethiopian History: The William Leo Hansberry African History Notebook, Volume 1
    45. Africa and Africans as Seen by Classical Writers: The William Leo Hansberry African History Notebook, Volume II
    46. Historical Researches into the Politics, Intercourse, and Trade of the Carthaginians, Ethiopians, and Egyptians, Volumes I & II
    47. Anacalypsis, Volumes I and II
    48. History of Ancient Egypt
    49. Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Cu****e Empire
    50. Timbuktu and the Songhay Empire: Al-Sadi's Tarikh al-Sudan down to 1613 and other Contemporary Documents
     
  3. enquiring_mind

    enquiring_mind Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    TELL IT! :teach: someone once said "the best way to hide something/the truth from black people is to put it in a book..." - we need to bring these books to the fore, then begin trading them between us like intellectual contraband!

    Hotep :)
     
  4. Chinelo

    Chinelo Third Eye Is Always Open MEMBER

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    100 Greatest African History Books : 51 - 60

    51. What They Never Told You in History Class
    52. Introduction to African Civilizations
    53. Man, God and Civilization
    54. Introduction to Black Studies
    55. Roots of Black Music
    56. Carthage: A History
    57. Pan-Africanism: A Short Political Guide
    58. To Be a Slave
    59. The Search for the Tassili Frescoes
    60. A Tropical Dependency

    100 Greatest African History Books : 61 - 70

    61. A Scheme of Egyptian Chronology
    62. Ancient and Modern Britons: A Retrospect, Volume I
    63. Travels in Turkey, Egypt, Nubia and Palestine in 1824, 1825, 1826, and 1827: Volume II
    64. Ancient Egypt: The Light of the World, Volumes I & II
    65. Political History of Munhumutapa c1400-1902
    66. European Scholars on the African Origins of the Africans of Antiquity
    67. The African Origin of Greek Philosophy
    68. Africa in the Iron Age
    69. The Bornu Sahara and Sudan
    70. African Presence in Early Asia

    100 Greatest African History Books : 71 - 80

    71. Five Great Monarchies of the Ancient Eastern World, Fourth Edition, Volumes I - III
    72. Egypt's Making
    73. How Europe Underdeveloped Africa
    74. The Groundings with my Brothers
    75. Nature Knows No Color-Line
    76. Sex and Race: Volumes I - III
    77. World's Great Men of Color, Volume I & II
    78. Great Benin: Its Customs, Art and Horrors
    79. The Archaeology of the Cuneiform Inscriptions
    80. In Praise of Black Women: Volumes I - III

    100 Greatest African History Books : 81 - 90

    81. The Ancient History of the East
    82. The Music of Black Americans: A History
    83. Peoples and Empires of West Africa
    84. A Thousand Years of East Africa
    85. A History of Islam in West Africa
    86. General History of Africa, Volume I
    87. General History of Africa, Volume II
    88. General History of Africa: Volume III
    89. General History of Africa: Volume IV
    90. Black Women in Antiquity

    100 Greatest African History Books : 91 - 100

    91. Blacks in Science: Ancient and Modern
    92. Early America Revisited
    93. Egypt: Child of Africa
    94. Golden Age of the Moor
    95. A History of Art in Africa
    96. The Medieval Kingdoms of Nubia
    97. The A-Group Royal Cemetery at Qustul: Cemetery L
    98. History of Africa - Molefi Asante
    99. Capitalism and Slavery - Eric Williams
    100. From Columbus to Castro: The History of the Caribbean 1492-1969
     
  5. Chinelo

    Chinelo Third Eye Is Always Open MEMBER

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    The educational systems in these pale skin lands have done a wicked job of dumbing down and recycling the slave mentalities they created, and they've done it by manipulating HIStory, and plainly keeping out works such as these out of the curriculums of their poisonous public education schools, and even secondary education.....

    See they know if brothers or sisters ever get hold of the truth brought out in works such as these en masse, they'll be kicking down the white house doors.....smh

    The white man knows what 'revolution' really means, and thats how and why they need the status quo of misinformation and outright ignorance to continue in the educational arena, because the system would be overturned in a heartbeat......lol
     
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    Tru'dat.


    Say enquiring_mind,

    What are the brothas and sistas writing (or have written), where you
    are?

    Any history books regarding afrikans in the u.k. that you would recommend?
     
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    interesting books
    who compiled this list?

    I shocked that my library actually has these books:
    A History of Art in Africa
    History of Africa
    From Columbus to Castro HISTORY OF THE CARIBBEAN 1492 TO 1969
    Black Women in Antiquity
    Blacks in Science: Ancient and Modern
    World's Great Men of Color, Volume
    In Praise of Black Women
    General History of Africa
    Daily Life in the Kingdom of the Kongo
    African Origins of the Major Western Religions
    Royal Arts of Africa
    Negro: An Anthology
    The Lost Cities of Africa
    African Glory
    The Image of the Black in Western Art
    African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality
    Civilization or Barbarism
    Precolonial Black Africa
    African Architecture: Evolution and Transformation
    Two Thousand Years of Nigerian Art
    Churches in Rock: Early Christian Art in Ethiopia
    A Short History of African Art
    Black Pioneers of Science and Invention
    History of Ancient Egypt
    What They Never Told You in History Class
    Ancient Egypt: The Light of the World
    How Europe Underdeveloped Africa
    Sex and Race: Volumes
    African Presence in Early Asia
    A Tropical Dependency
    Carthage: A History
    Introduction to African Civilizations
    Man, God and Civilization
    Introduction to Black Studies
    Roots of Black Music
     
  8. Chinelo

    Chinelo Third Eye Is Always Open MEMBER

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    http://www.africanholocaust.net/ah_products.htm

    There are links to the books as well, its a wonderful site........
     
  9. enquiring_mind

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    Hmm...nothing that immediately springs to mind history-wise (or that I know of or have read), although of course that doesn't mean that they don't exist; the most popular books are the publications that have widespread 'popularity' among us, written by the likes of Dr.Ben, for example...we do have a very talented writer by the name of Paul Ifayomi Grant, who provides a range of commentaries on our current state/s and relates this very nicely to world affairs and our history:

    http://www.houseofknowledge.org.uk/
     
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    "Destruction of Black Civilization" should make the list.
     
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