Yurugu

An African-centered Critique of European Cultural Thought and Behavior
Author: Marimba Ani
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780865432499
Category: History
Page: 636
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Yurugu removes the mask from the European facade and thereby reveals the inner workings of global white supremacy

The Psychopathic Racial Personality and Other Essays


Author: Bobby Eugene Wright
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Social Science
Page: 40
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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.

Black Britannia

a history of Blacks in Britain
Author: Edward Scobie
Publisher: Johnson Pub Co Inc
ISBN: N.A
Category: Social Science
Page: 316
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Documents the role of Blacks in the social, economic, and cultural development of Britain from the seventeenth through the twentieth century

Let the Circle Be Unbroken


Author: Mildred D. Taylor
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101997540
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Page: 416
View: 1903

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Sequel to: Roll of thunder, hear my cry.

African American Relationships, Marriages, and Families

An Introduction
Author: Patricia Dixon
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317274296
Category: Psychology
Page: 337
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African American Relationships, Marriages, and Families, Second Edition is a historically and culturally centered research-based text designed for use in undergraduate, graduate, and community-based courses on African American relationships, marriages, and families. Complete with numerous exercises, this volume can be used by current and future helping professionals to guide singles and couples by increasing single and partner-awareness, and respect and appreciation for difference. In addition, singles and couples learn skills for effective communication and conflict resolution and ultimately how to develop and maintain healthy relationships, marriages, and families. This second edition includes updates and revisions to current chapters and also features two new chapters: one on parenting and one on same-gender loving/LGBTQ.

Black Psychology


Author: Reginald Lanier Jones
Publisher: Cobb & Henry
ISBN: 9780943539140
Category: Psychology
Page: 744
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Person, Divinity & Nature

A Modern View of the Person and the Cosmos in African Thought
Author: Chukwunyere Kamalu
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781872596006
Category: Africa
Page: 218
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Ten Generations of Bondage

Eleven Generations of Faith
Author: Johari Ade
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781944139049
Category:
Page: 304
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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.

The Falsification of Afrikan Consciousness

Eurocentric History, Psychiatry, and the Politics of White Supremacy
Author: Amos N. Wilson
Publisher: Afrikan World Infosystems
ISBN: N.A
Category: History
Page: 139
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"[Exposes] the role Eurocentric history-writing plays in rationalizing European oppression of Afrikan peoples and in the falsification of Afrikan consciousness ... [and contends] that the alleged mental and behavioral maladaptiveness of oppressed Afrikanpeoples is a political-economic necessity for the maintenance of White domination and imperialism."--Back cover.

Zuberi and the Maroons of Maa


Author: Onitaset Kumat
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781547046348
Category:
Page: 60
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Zuberi lives in a Prosperous, Independent African Community named "The Maa Nation." He is a Liberated man, protecting his community, participating in his local economy, and traveling the world. Along the way he meets two Liberated women, Myrkya and Esad, and he has to vet both for the sake of his son Amadi. "Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa" explores African Liberation through intelligent dialogue and a realistic description of "What if we protected Black Wall Street or pursued Pan-Africanism?" This is the book suitable for all ages, reading levels and occasions; and it is the perfect gift for any Black person wishing to understand Manhood and Womanhood from a strong Black perspective. The Answer to all of Your Questions. Purchase Today.

Kush, the jewel of Nubia

reconnecting the root system of African civilization
Author: Miriam Ma'at-Ka-Re Monges
Publisher: Africa World Pr
ISBN: N.A
Category: History
Page: 212
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The great Chiekh Anta Diop gave African culture roots from which one can trace the branches. No African researcher since, however, has provided a comprehensive analysis connecting the ancient Nile Valley civilzation with the African cultural universe. From the pyramids of Egypt to the great walls of Zimbabwe, Western scholars have attributed the achievements of these prodigious indigenous African civilizations to people culturally and geographically alien to Africa. In the case of the ancient Nubian empire of Kush, however, which occupied the southern part of Kemet (ancient Egypt) and all of present-day Sudan, one expects reasonable scholars to attribute this African culture to an African people. Sadly, however, the dogmatic, eurocentric Hegelian analysis of Africa is still alive and well in even the most current research on Nubia and Kush. It is up to African scholars to reconstruct Kushite history using an Afrocentric approach in order to shed light on this vital part of our African heritage. The present much-needed work traces Diop's great "African cultural commonalities" of matriarchy, totemism, divine kingship, and cosmogony to the very core of Kushite culture. This work represents the cutting edge of a new generation of Afrocentric. scholarship whose mandate it is to provide a clearer picture of Africa's true nature and of its genuine contribution to World Civilization.

Two thousand seasons

a novel by Ayi Kwei Armah
Author: Ayi Kwei Armah
Publisher: Per Ankh Pub
ISBN: 9782911928031
Category: Fiction
Page: 317
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Racial Paranoia

The Unintended Consequences of Political Correctness
Author: John L. Jr. Jackson,John L Jackson, Jr. JR JR JR
Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com
ISBN: 1458759075
Category:
Page: 360
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In this courageous book, John L. Jackson, Jr. draws on current events as well as everyday interactions to demonstrate the culture of race-based paranoia and its profound effects on our lives. He explains how it is cultivated and reinforced, and how it complicates the goal of racial equality. In this paperback edition, Jackson explores the 2008 presidential election, weaving in examples ranging from the notorious New Yorker cover to Saturday Night Live's political parodies.

Philosophy of African American Studies

Nothing Left of Blackness
Author: Stephen C. Ferguson II
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 1137549971
Category: History
Page: 300
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What should be the philosophical basis for African American Studies? In this groundbreaking book, Stephen C. Ferguson addresses a seminal question often ignored. Philosophy and African American Studies explores philosophical issues and problems in their relationship to Black Studies. He shows that philosophy is not a sterile intellectual pursuit, but a critical tool in gaining knowledge about the Black experience. Cultural idealism in various forms has become enormously influential as a framework for Black Studies. Ferguson takes on the task of demonstrating how a Marxist philosophical perspective offers a productive and fruitful way of overcoming the limitations of idealism. Focusing on the hugely popular Afrocentric school of thought, Ferguson's engaging discussion shows that the foundational arguments of cultural idealism are based on a series of analytical and historical misapprehensions. In turn, he argues for the centrality of the Black working class – both men and women – to Black Studies.

Handbook of Black Studies


Author: Molefi Kete Asante,Maulana Karenga
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 0761928405
Category: Social Science
Page: 460
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The Handbook of Black Studies is the first resource to bring together research and scholarship in the field of African-American studies in one volume. Editors Molefi Kete Asante and Maulana Karenga, along with a pre-eminent group of contributors, examine various aspects of the field of Black Studies. Organized into three parts, this Handbook explores historical and cultural foundations, philosophical and conceptual bases, and critical and analytical concepts.

Cultural Genocide in the Black and African Studies Curriculum


Author: Yosef Ben-Jochannan
Publisher: Black Classic Press
ISBN: 9781574780222
Category: History
Page: 150
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Dr. Ben is at his best in this work. He argues with passionate certainty that there is a fatal contradiction when Blacks are fed a history of themselves based on materials written, controlled and approved by whites. His arguments raise the powerful questions: would whites (or any other group) agree to embrace a history of themselvescreated and controlled by Blacks?