Africa’s history did not begin in slavery. Beyond cotton fields and civil rights in the 120,000 years of African history. Rich in Kingdoms and culture. Slavery and colonialism represents a minor part of the history of Africa.
True teaching is not an accumulation of knowledge; it is an awaking of consciousness which goes through successive stages.— Ancient Egypt African consciousness has become diluted and abused, and there has been a paucity of discussion around its virtues. Conscience is the moral aspect to one’s conduct which, strives to…
Africa’s history did not begin in slavery. Beyond cotton fields and civil rights in the 120,000 years of African history. Rich in Kingdoms and culture. Slavery and colonialism represents a minor part of the history of Africa.Read more
Who is a scholar? In our society today we confuse someone in Universities as being a scholar. An academic is an academic who may or not be a scholar. And scholar only means someone with a certain degree of expertise on a particular topic. So when you say scholar you better say scholar of what.Read more
Do you know how to present an argument? Well if you are like 99% of the planet that means no you do not. What people consider a debate is really just a battle of opinions. For example you say 9/11 was a hoax and someone replies, “I cannot believe you belive that nonsense”. or someone says “The ancient Egypts were African people” and someone replies “No they were not black”. The responses are not counterarguments. They are counter-opinions. If I said “I believe in God” and you said “You believe in invisible make believe people” you have no discredited my belief, or my statement. You just offered yours. It is not a debate because nothing has been offered. And this is all people on YouTube and social media are doing when they engage each other. Rather pointless because a debate is an exchange of information, a critique of points and assumptions, a challenge of facts and how they are used. And very few people get even remotely close to doing this.Read more