Posts Tagged ‘john henrik clarke’

Power of the Ancient African Mind

Thursday, November 30th, 2017

by H. Lewis Smith
Once you put all the purely African people and or people of African descent together…you’ve got a formidable force in the world. And what keeps them from greatness is their inability to unify their culture and make a connection to Africa. ~ John Henrik Clarke
african 002The question probably can be asked how is the study of… Continue reading

Reclaim Your Stolen History Not the Toxin Abysmal N-word

Wednesday, September 30th, 2015

By H. Lewis Smith
Slavery is not African history. Slavery interrupted African history. ~Mutabaruka

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The idea of reclaiming the abominable n-word n**ga—a racist term—as opposed to reclaiming one’s [stolen] history is reprehensible and serves as evidence of low self-esteem, simple-mindedness—lacking mental capacity and subtlety. Yet surreal as it may be there are many within the black community drawn to… Continue reading