Contemporary Nigeria from Historical Perspective Nigeria is a country in the western region of Africa, with population of 170 million inhabitants but according to recent UN estimate, Nigeria has 184 million populations. Whatever the case may be Nigeria is the most populous “Black” country on earth and also one of the most ethnically diverse countries… Continue reading Not Yet A Nation: Contemporary Nigeria from Historical Perspective
Slavery is a state of being or existence where man ceases to be master of his own destiny, it is a situation where an individual becomes property of another to be used and discarded, and for centuries millions were used and discarded, as one would an object. Man from time immemorial man subjugates fellow man… Continue reading What are slaves?
Alex Haley Roots First published in 1974 Click the link below to download the full pdf version. http://crasseux.com/books/Alex_Haley-Roots.pdf
Liberation The torrents of my blood whistled along the banks of my cell During the night and the days more lonely than the night. The dams and walls held fast against the treacherous weight, Against the hammering; and there I was Beating my head in despair like a disturbed child. At a sign from my… Continue reading Liberation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0oiYB5JQAg One the most amazing sources of evidence of our ancestors coming from the stars is the history of the Dogon Tribe of Africa. There are between 400,000 and 800,000 Dogon in a remote civilization in the central plateau region of Mali in Africa. The Dogon culture is known for its detailed, meaningful art and… Continue reading The Dogon and the Extra-ordinary knowledge of the Universe.
Interview With Chiekh Anta Diop by Carlos Moore Africa's Political Unity AFRISCOPE: Since the early 1960's the African Continent has shown itself to be coup prone. How do you account for the growing political instability of African regimes? DIOP: I had foreseen the 'South-Americanization' of the African continent and in my work, Les Fondaments culturels,… Continue reading Book of the Month- Black Africa: The Economic and Cultural Basis for a Federated State
Since the 15th century when the Europeans established permanent contact with Africa, so much has been written about the various divergent accounts of earliest European contact with different parts of Africa. On the contrary, little has been written and lend credence to concerning how Africans perceived the Europeans on their arrival or first European… Continue reading African View of Early Europeans