RBG Dispelling The Myth Learning Series! A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

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Kings and Queens

A small pictorial presentation of how the black image was/is degraded throughout history with a small but powerful collection of the true Kings and Queens whom we owe our heritage.


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“Beautiful Presentation Twilly”


WE COME FROM GREAT KINGS AND QUEENS
BROTHERS AND SISTERS


Ancient Civilization did not begin in what we think of as the West. It did not start in Europe, Rome, India, or Asia. Homo Sapiens migrated from Africa to inhabit all the continents except Antarctica, some 200,000 to 100,000 years ago.
(Click On This Photo And Get Into The Full Story of Our Ancient Greatness)



From the introduction of this book, you get the idea that Anthony Browder is very influence by the work done by John G. Jackson, John Henrik Clarke, and Yosef ben-Jochannan. These three men have done some of the most profound research and writing on early African history and the Nile Valley contribution to civilization. The writings of these men contain a lot of scholarship, which to many people may be very difficult to read and understand. This is why this book is so important. Anthony took what Jackson, Clarke, and Jochannan wrote about in their books and translated it so that the average person could read and understand. The theme of this book is centered on early Africa, early Africa’s stolen legacy and early Africa’s contributions to civilization. It also puts an emphasis on how those early contributions was translated into today’s American society. In chapters 1-3, Mr. Browder talks about the people of early African civilization. He tells where they came from, who they were, what they did, and when they existed. He puts a special emphasis on the many accomplishments of the early African people. In chapters 4-7, Mr. Browder talks about the stolen legacy of early African civilization. He shows how other civilization took what the early African contributed and made it its own. He goes to great links to show and prove that what the Europeans claim as theirs was actually African in origin and rightfully belong to the African. In addition, he explains how American society has adopted early African symbols into its government structure. The finally chapters 8-10 are designed to assist the African/African-American mind to cope with the information given in chapters 1-7. The last chapters all have to do with building pride and understanding where we still must go and what we still must be. The period of this book stretches from about 4000BC into the present. The book is structured as to give a chronological development of early African history.


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Tony Browder


Alkebulan Reference Center

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