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Yurugu

Author: Marimba Ani
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ISBN: 9780865432499
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Yurugu removes the mask from the European facade and thereby reveals the inner workings of global white supremacy

Yurugu

Author: Marimba Ani
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ISBN: 9781602810228
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The Psychopathic Racial Personality And Other Essays

Author: Bobby Eugene Wright
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Presents a thought-provoking examination of the group personality of Europeans, as manifest in their behavior towards Black people. In the essay "The Psychopathic Racial Personality," Dr. Bobby Wright contends that viewing white behavior towards nonwhites as psychopathic provides a new lens through which to analyze and combat the actions and aims of Europeans. The essay "Black Suicide: Lynching by Any Other Name" positions the phenomenon of Black suicide within the context of centuries of white genocide. In other essays Dr. Wright discusses ways in which to best educate Black children and sheds new light on the evolution of white supremacy.

Let The Circle Be Unbroken

Author: Mildred D. Taylor
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101997540
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Four black children growing up in rural Mississippi during the Depression experience racial antagonisms and hard times, but learn from their parents the pride and self-respect they need to survive.

A History Of Indigenous Slavery In Ghana

Author: Akosua Adoma Perbi
Publisher: Sub-Saharan Pub & Traders
ISBN: 9789988550950
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Slavery has existed in nearly every society in the world at one time or another: the Romans practiced it and so did the Greeks. A History of Indigenous Slavery in Ghana examines slavery as it existed in Ghana until the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade began. Academic research and publication on indigenous slavery in Ghana and in Africa more widely have not received attention commensurate with the importance of the phenomenon: the history of indigenous slavery, which existed long before the trans-Atlantic slave trade, has been a marginal topic in documented historical studies on Ghana. Yet its weighty historical, and contemporary relevance inside and outside Africa is undisputed. This book begins to redress this neglect. Drawing on sources including oral data from so-called slave descendants, cultural sites and trade routes, court records and colonial government reports, it presents historical and cultural analysis which aims to enhance historical knowledge and understanding of indigenous slavery. The author further intends to provide a holistic view of the indigenous institution of slavery as a formative factor in the social, political and economic development of precolonial Ghana.

Urban Philosophy

Author: Imhotep Fatiu
Publisher: Gye Nyame Press
ISBN: 9780692253298
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UrBan Philosophy is designed to enhance and refine the thought process of African people; to add a new dynamic to human thought and reasoning. It is a liberatory philosophy that seeks to foster liberation thinking, amongst African people, to facilitate liberation: African sovereignty. Many Africans are bound by what Dr. Asa Hilliard labeled "conceptual incarceration." They are locked and confined within Euro-Asian concepts, ideas, ideologies, systems, philosophies and institutions. None of which are truly suited for the African mind. This is not to imply African people cannot benefit from Euro-Asian concepts, ideologies, philosophies, systems and institutions because African people can. However, none of these were designed and developed for the benefit of African people, meaning, none were created to advance the interest of African people. Therefore, African people must break free of the mental chains, intellectual shackles and psychological straightjackets of foreigners; thereby, escaping from the system of "conceptual incarceration." This can only be done by transforming the existing thought process of African people, which UrBan Philosophy seeks to achieve.

Ten Generations Of Bondage

Author: Johari Ade
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ISBN: 9781944139049
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Ten Generations of Bondage is the True Story of an African American Family. The saga begins pre-slavery in 1740 and ends in 2016 with the election of Donald Trump. The reader is captivated as the family navigates through the horrors of slavery, the challenges of emancipation, the degradation of Jim Crow, the achievements of the Civil Rights movements and demoralization of modern day racism. Ten Generations of Bondage skillfully allows the reader to learn African American History by incorporating major events found in most history textbooks and incorporating additional events unique to the author's family. Johari's style of writing brings history to life as she takes the reader on a journey with her real-life family. Inspired by her family history, Johari combines the oral history from her elders with the "stories" contained in historical documents. Each chapter is a stunning reveal of African American life within the confines of each particular generation. The result is this factual opus that can be enjoyed by all.