Re: Pharaoh’s sun
For a young African American child, the Church was where they could strut like peacocks in their Sunday’s Best or be praised for their own merits and talents (when used favorably for the Church). For grown folks the Church is … Continue reading Re: Pharaoh’s sun
…Racially, Africans and those of African descent were least empowered in every field besides labor…A controlled work force is controlled economics.
Africans in America presented clear physical and cultural opposition to the proprietors of the slave trade, Europeans.
Re: Make peace with reality
Malcolm X, Elijah Muhammad before him, Marcus Garvey before they, Noble Drew Ali before that, have all essentially doctored ancient African history to favor modern blacks. All these men were great leaders themselves and only sought to instill national pride … Continue reading Re: Make peace with reality
Re: Using the term “Rasta”
Using the term “Rasta” to popularize and sell commodities is entirely insulting because it is colloquial. A musical, religious, socially conscience political movement that unites African persons globally should not be defrauded to sell young white men in Europe and North … Continue reading Re: Using the term “Rasta”
Traditionally how one has fun is usually a great socio-economic divide between classes and colors around the world. Heaven and Earth: Consumptive Mobility and the Calabash of Grenada Continue reading Re: Fun
The dehumanization of African in Americans societies turned black people into what they were not; animals.
Re: Fashion as political tool
In the tradition of Anglo kings and Franco emperors, Garvey, the “Provisional President of Africa,” used the power of vision to boldly demonstrate racial pride through dress.The message conveyed was that Africans are every bit as regal and dignified as … Continue reading Re: Fashion as political tool