REFERENCE BOOKS FOR AFROCENTRIC READERS By Andre Austin Three superstars on the east coast we can view on YouTube.com 1. Dr. Yosef A.A. Ben Jochannan “Blackman of the Nile” 2. Ivan Van Sertima “They Came Before Columbus” 3. John Henry Clarke “Notes for an African World Revolution” Other notables you can see on old clips of Tony Brown’s Journal on YouTube.com 4. Chancellor Williams “The Destruction of Black Civilization” 5. Frances Cress Welsing “The Isis Papers” Any Public library can loan these books for your review: 6. Martin Bernal “Black Athena” 7. George G.M. James “Stolen Legacy” 8. Tony Browder “Nile Valley Contributions To Civilization” 9. Gary Greenberg “101 Myths of the Bible” , “The Judas Brief”, “The Bible Myth” 10. J.A. Rogers “Sex & Race” , “Nature knows no Color-Line” One thing I learned about the east coast is that they put the above people on their radio and television programs like New York’s “Like it is” program. I’m hearing reports they are trying to shut it down. Now that we have the internet, we are only a few mouse clicks away from people and information if you know how to find it. I can’t forget: 11. “The African origin of Civilization” By C. Diop 12. Richard Poe “Black Spark, White Fire” 13. Simcha Jacobovici “The Jesus Family Tomb” Get your feet wet with these books and your mind will be on the road to recovery from mental bondage and the systematic lies being told about the Blackman on the earth. 14. “The Suppression Of The African Slave Trade” By W.E.B Dubois Explanations: “The Destruction of Black Civilizations” informs us on how our nation-states were conquered by lack of unity. “The Isis Papers” compliment the destruction by explaining why. “The 101 myths of the Bible” compliments James’s “Stolen Legacy”. “Black Spark, White Fire” compliments “Black Athena”. Whenever you find books that compliment each other they should be read together side by side.