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  • Como Ser Un Hombre Negro Exitoso


    Cómo ser un hombre negro exitoso comparte los inicios de la trayectoria para aprender más sobre la gloriosa historia del valle del Nilo, Kemet y Kush e incorporar la enseñanza de la historia africana antigua compartiendo por las enseñanzas de los ya fallecidos Ivan Van Sertima, Dr. John Henrik Clarke, y Yosef Ben Jochannan. Sus obras literarias académicas sobre el origen africano y la historia de la espiritualidad, la sociedad y la cultura han sido inspiradores en mi éxito y conocimiento de mí mismo. Las enseñanzas académicas de Jabari y Anika Osaze con el Santuario de MAAT por su trabajo en la reconstrucción del legado kemético tambiénhan sido muy importante.

  • How to be a Successful Black Man


    This book educates and empowers young boys and men of African descendant about their history, heritage and legacy. Dr. Laroche connects history to the present-day life experiences and challenges of the Black Man to instill self-confidence and personal growth to succeed.
    How to Be a Successful Black Man shares the beginnings of the journey to learn more about the glorious history of the Nile Valley, Kemet and Kush and incorporate the teaching of Ancient African History sharing the teachings of the late Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, the late Dr. John Henrik Clarke, and the late Dr. Yosef Ben Jochannan. Their many scholarly literary works on the African origin and history of spirituality, science, culture. The book provides many pearls for success and achievement and what pitfalls to avoid. The book provides a great opportunity for serious discussion and further development for the youth, young adults and families.

  • Know Ghana Better


    KNOW GHANA BETTER is a solely research-oriented book that documented all the oral histories in Ghana. It is not just about Ghanaian oral history but also about Ghanaian linguistics. The book discusses into details, the histories of all the ethnic groups in Ghana, the well-known and not so well-known.
    The book is as a result of passion and love for the country Ghana taking into consideration the travelling of a 14year old just trying to ensure that the histories of his country are well laid. The research lasted for a 12 year period and this is still the first edition of the book.
    The book covers the circles of Pan-Africanism, Linguistics of Ghana and Africa, cultural and heritage studies of Ghana. No part of Ghanaian history was not covered from oral histories of all the over 78 tribes in Ghana, 9 ethnic groups in Ghana, their festivals, tourism potentials, food, etc.
    If you have been wondering about where your tribe comes from or the origin behind your community name, then this is the book to read.
    The production of this book had the support of the Bureau of Ghana Languages, few historians within the Institute of African Studies, UG and beyond

  • Memories from an African Childhood


    Memories from an African Childhood is a book comprised of the author’s memories around his life growing up in Tanzania. Initially intended as a private journal for the author and his family, it became evident that the emotions that span his childhood are not unique to growing up in Africa. Hence the author decided to share his trip down memory lane hoping that his recollections would help the reader recall their own story. It is the author’s aspiration that this book can help illustrate that despite all the forces that are determined to pit people against each other (religious, economic, political, cultural etc.), we are all more similar than we think. We all experience joy and sorrow, pleasure and pain – and our childhood shapes us to become the people we are.
    What realizations will the reader discover about themselves? How has YOUR story made you who you are?

  • Sesiu sa mantsoe a sesotho

    Sesiu sa mantsoe a sesotho


    Sesiu sa mantsoe a sesotho ke buka-ntsoe ea Sesotho ea machaba. E fana ka matla le kakaretso ea tlotlo-ntsoe ea bophelo ba letsatsi le letsatsi ea mantsoe, lipoleloana, maele le mantsoe a ka holimo ho 260 000. Tlhaloso ea oona le (pitsetso) tsela eo a bitsoang ka teng. Sena ke keta-pele ea lingoloa tse nang le boleng bo holimo haholo puong ea Sesotho.

  • the kpele religion

    The Kpele Religion of the Ga-Dangme People of...


    Kpele is a religion by the Ga-Dangme people and little is known by this wonderful religion of the Ga people and this short publication seeks to throw more light on Kpele