MBwebe Ishangi
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⁣You Don't Know Black History Until You've Read 'Who IZ the Boulé?: The History of America's First Black Fraternity and the Derailment Toward Afrikan Self-Reliance'

In the spirit of Black History Month, we must not only celebrate the accomplishments of our people, but also the obstacles that's made inequality still relevant today so that we may not repeat the same mistakes.

As we trod forward for ensuing generations, this means activating your critical 3rd eye asking the most important question: “Why is it taking so long for Black people to progress?"

If we are to truly be free, there must be some internal house cleaning. What you'll find at the top of the chain is America's first Black Fraternity, Sigma Pi Phi aka the Boulé.

If you haven't read this book, YOU SHOULD! And if you've already read it, consider hearing the audiobook version or even gifting a copy for someone you know needs to know!

Why is this book so important to our history? Read here: http://daghettotymz.com/rkyvz/....articles/bouleseries

Get your copy in paperback, audiobook, or eBook at daghettotymz.com

⁣This very expensive and important peer-reviewed data was sent to our channel by Sideeq, A. The people of Neolithic Egypt according to this data suggest similarities with 'Negroes' sub-Saharan Africans who are defined as Negroes South of the Sahara. The data also gives information on the origins and meaning of the name 'Nabta'. We evaluate maps of this Neolithic region in Egypt and examine the chronological phases from the Early, Middle, and Late to have been populated by 'Negroes' sub - Saharans. The data suggests that the religious beliefs of modern West Africans and other sub - Saharan Africans spanning to North Africa would have prehistoric megaliths, mounds, and stone circles similar to Nabta Egypt's ceremonial religious traditions. This will make for a great study.

Kwadwo Tòkunbọ̀
6 Views · 3 days ago

Dr. Anthony Dixon is a professor of African American history and expert on Black Seminole/Gullah Geechee culture and history.

Black Seminoles participated in one of the most successful slave revolts in American history. Dr. Anthony Dixon shares with us how the people who would be called during the President Andrew Jackson era "Native Indians" and "Black Indians" would combine forces in a fight for freedom that would span several decades, two wars and is considered by many as the largest slave revolt on America soil.

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6 Views · 4 days ago

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Kedika: The Peer Review Science Channel is sharing this excellent field research with our community. This presentation was done at the Archaeological Research Facility at UC Berkeley, their channel link is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2w2F4BKU4_o&t=3252s

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Animals in the Kerma Afterlife: Animal Burials and Ritual at Abu Fatima Cemetery, Sudan: A lecture in the series "New Perspectives on Ancient Nubia" by Shayla Monroe (Department of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara)
Jan. 28, 2021

Omubo Duabo
7 Views · 5 days ago

In this video we look at the true achievements of Ancient Kemet and we redefine its correct position in African history.

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I purchased the second peer-reviewed document from Cambridge University concerning a linguistic expert review of Ehret's Afro - Asiatic Reconstructions. The link is below and the DOI number is attached.

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⁣I purchased the second peer-reviewed document from Cambridge University concerning a linguistic expert review of Ehret's Afro - Asiatic Reconstructions.

MBwebe Ishangi
10 Views · 6 days ago

⁣As we begin Black History Month, this should not just be a reflection on how dope we are… it should also be a call to what Our-story will be moving forward.

It’s more than learning about our past, more than remembering our Ances-Starz, it’s about making sure when we transition, we’re spoken in the same if not higher regard.

Dr. John Henrik Clarke’s last messages to us was “Pan-African or Perish” where he spoke of our need to realize “we all we got!” We can see this today as the ideology of white superiority and eugenics seeks to continually downplay our contributions to the world; the latest the canceling of Critical Race Theory (CRT) being taught in schools—Florida just banned it.

We truly are all we got and until we realize this on a national—and better—GLOBAL scale, our future will continue to be just a celebration of what we “did”, not what we’re going to do!

Let’s move beyond the “know" and dwell in the “do”. Our Ances-Starz did what was necessary to sustain/survive. It’s time those who’ve read and memorized enough about our culture and our S/Hero’s, become them ourselves!

If not, you’re not serious about surviving, I’m Sirius B! Ain’t no mystery god gonna save us; our Ances-Starz won’t either if we don’t help ourselves!

On the most basic of levels, you should:

- Have a “Go Bag" filled with essentials in case you just gotta go with no time to pack. Dry food edibles, water, knives (use for defense, building or cooking), small shovel, seeds (for growing or bartering), light camp gear, electric lighter and flashlight (@CitricsRenewables), several pairs of socks, and durable shoes just for starts.

- Store seeds and know how to plant food. No matter the size of your living space, learn! If you allow someone to feed you, you also allow them to starve you!

- Build up your cardio in case you have to run or walk miles to safety. It also keeps your heart strong.

- Teas, aspirin, first-aid kit, lotions. Also learn about plants so you can actually find remedies without going to Walgreens or Walmart. Remember, the Pharmacy started on the Farm!

- Lastly, let me help you get financially fit @Cryptowoke! You can’t fund any kind of sustainability if you don’t know have the money to pay for it or have it growing passively without you having to work!

Being Afrikan is more than about a month, it’s a lifestyle!

PLAN IT, then PLANT IT for the PLANET! ✊🏿❤️🖤💚
#AfrikanHistory365 #AfrikanSustainability

9 Views · 7 days ago

⁣Ɔbenfo Manu Ampim and his Contra Costa College students presenting on unique classical African contributions to humanity in math, the high status of women, medicine, and astronomy. The presentation was given on February 24, 2021 during African Heritage Month ("Black History Month") before a Zoom audience of 230 people.In this presentation, the students are sharing what they have learned in Prof. Manu's unique course, A History of African Civilizations (Afram 210 / History 110). This is Ampim's book used for the course: https://advancingtheresearch.o....rg/product/a-history http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=bxfdmskab&oeidk=a07ejjvp8z34b0af5c0&oseq=

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