The Pro-Black Book Compendium

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The Pro-Black Compendium” is an activity guide for Africans who seek to develop their consciousness and the consciousness of their Brothers and Sisters. Within these pages are over 300 curated proverbs, quotations and poems from all over Africa and its diaspora, short biographies on many African authors, warriors and sages, and instructive descriptions of African wars, civilizations, books, films and pro-black business ideas.

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The compendium also has rewritten and exclusive content from its editor including the insightful “The Four Stages of African Consciousness,” a preview of the groundbreaking “Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa,” a Pan-African Nationalist Curriculum template and Marcus Garvey’s secret epic poem “Tragedy of White Injustice.”

A must-have for Africans seeking self-knowledge and self-empowerment.

Onitaset Kumat is a very positive brother.  He has some great posts and a wealth of knowledge.  He put  a lot of time and effort into this book.  And he’s been a subscriber of my blog for over four years. So be sure to support him and purchase his book.  Ase’

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ACBN: A Primer by Kwesi Anan Ababio

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Afrikan Centered Biological Nationalism (ACBN): A Primer, seeks to examine what the author posits is the central problem in achieving Afrikan sovereign power. Namely, in answering the question, “Who is Afrikan?” More specifically, the book asks, “Whom exactly are we trying to liberate and/or empower?” This book hypothesizes that what is missing is a definition of who is Afrikan and using that definition as a basis for a viable and practicable social theory which all Afrikans, regardless of their location and political consciousness, can use to organize their behavior in the context of a politically and economically hyper-competitive world—a world which always has and continues to use culture and identity as the basis for social organization and group power. Afrikan Centered Biological Nationalism (ACBN) offers one such social-political theory for consideration. ACBN seeks to revitalize the discussion of Afrikan liberation and Black Power in a way which can achieve real political power for Afrikan people.