Pharaoh Ahmose I: The Founder of the 18th Dynasty of Egypt

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  Pharaoh Ahmose I: The Founder of the 18th Dynasty of Egypt A member of the Theban royal line and the son of Pharaoh Tao II, Ahmose I became the founder of the 18th Dynasty of Egypt which is often referred to as the greatest of the Egyptian dynasties. At the age of 7 Ahmose’s […]

Pre-order Your Copy of On the Shoulders of Giants Vol: 1 North America

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On the Shoulders of Giants Vol: 1 North America, is a book intended to bring awareness and give an alternative perspective of the history of Africans, African-Americans and Indigenous Americas in North America. I believe the media gives negative perspectives of the history of nonwhite people in North America. This book and the volumes to follow will bring light to the […]

Fela Kuti

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Fela Kuti Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti was born October 15, 1938 in Abeokuta, Nigeria to parents Funmilayo and Reverend Israel Oludotun Ransome-Kuti. Fela was blessed with greatness in his genes; his father was a Protestant Preacher and School Principle, his mother was a feminist activist in the anti-colonial movement; she was said to be the […]

Dr. John Henrik Clarke

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Dr. John Henrick Clarke Born on January 1, 1915 in Union Springs Alabama to sharecroppers, Dr. John Henrik Clarke had always been aware that the history of his people has been omitted from textbooks and the Bible since his childhood. “I saw no African people in the printed and illustrated Sunday school lesson,” said Dr. […]

Stephen Bantu Biko

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Stephen Biko Stephen Bantu Biko was born in King William’s Town, Eastern Cape, South Africa, in 1946. As a child he showed interest and became active in the anti-apartheid movement. He was expelled from Lovedale High School because of his activism, he was said to have anti-establishment behavior. He would later enroll into St. Francis […]