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The fictional story of Dan Freeman, the first black CIA officer, and of the CIA's history of training persons and political groups who later used their specialized training in gathering intelligence, political subversion, and guerrilla warfare against the CIA. Soon after its release, with the facilitation of FBI suppression, the film was removed from theaters as a result of its politically controversial message
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Dr Muhammad Arabi, Faruk KA Ghafar and other Black Egyptians break down the Afrikanity of ancient Kemet
Ancient Kemet's legacy is often misrepresented as Eurocentric depictions overshadow its true origins. However, evidence suggests that the ancient Kemites were predominantly of Black African descent. Physical anthropology, art, language, culture, and genetic studies support this claim. Its people exhibited a range of skin tones, including darker shades seen in Black Africans. Challenging colonial narratives, modern research aims to rectify historical inaccuracies. Modern Kemet remains a diverse nation, with a significant population of Black Egyptians continuing their cultural legacy. Acknowledging the Black African roots of ancient Kemet fosters a more inclusive understanding of human history and celebrates the rich diversity of humanity.
In this video Dr. Stewart Tyson Smith reveals the deep Afrikan ancestral roots of Ancient Kemet and its extensive trade with neighboring Afrikan civilizations.
This video reviews the genetic and bio-anthropological data that proves that modern Egyptians are derived from Eurasian invasions and do not represent the ancient inhabitants of the land.
S/o to @smashrockwell & @reggmabry2692 for always putting in good work and defending the integrity of Afrika and her descendants throughout the world.
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In this video Egyptologist Dr. Vanessa Davies discusses the importance of Nubia in the context of an Egyptological field that is removing the stain of racism in its practice. It is impossible to understand ancient Kmt without looking towards the inner Afrikan populations of the south.
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Dr. Rebecca Futo Kennedy presents on the Antiquity and Middle Ages Channel on the Black/Afrikan heritage of Hannibal Barca of Carthage
Discover the remarkable life of Hannibal, an extraordinary figure from ancient history, in this captivating video. Hannibal, known for his military genius and strategic prowess, was not only a historical figure but also a proud African. Explore the African roots of this legendary Carthaginian general and statesman who defied the mighty Roman Empire. Uncover the historical evidence that establishes Hannibal as an African, born in Carthage, located in present-day Tunisia. Through expert analysis and historical accounts, gain insights into his upbringing, military campaigns, and enduring legacy as one of Africa's most renowned figures in world history. Don't miss this opportunity to delve into the fascinating story of Hannibal, an African who left an indelible mark on the ancient world.