Where White Men Fear to Tread by Russell Means

Russell Means was, without a doubt, one of the most prominent and courageous American Indian leader’s of the 20th century. Where White Men Fear to Tread is the well-detailed, first-hand story of... Read more »

The Way of Companions Myth, History, Philosophy and Literature: The African Record by Ayi Kwei Armah

In Ayi Kwei Armah’s The Way of Companions Myth, History, Philosophy, and Literature: The African Record takes you out of Plato’s cave and into a sovereign egalitarian African future. This book is... Read more »

Capitalism in Crisis: Globalization & World Politics Today by Fidel Castro

Fidel Castro’s Capitalism in Crisis: Globalization and World Politics Today is a revelatory read compiled from various speeches Castro gave between 1998-2000. In this book, Castro demonstrates abilities similar to a clairvoyant,... Read more »

Wielding Words Like Weapons: Selected Essays In Indigenism, 1995-2005 by Ward Churchill

What does it mean to achieve “progress” within in a settler colonial polity? The question is rhetorical because it can only mean assimilation for the colonized — and to cut through all... Read more »

The Rebirth of African Civilization by Chancellor Williams

The idea of Pan African unity, the coming together of the one billion African peoples in the world, is not merely fantasy. This demand comes at a time when African people’s very... Read more »

Mozambique: From Colonialism to Revolution, 1900-1982 by Allen & Barbara Isaacman

Mozambique: From Colonialism to Revolution is an excellent document that summarizes the struggle of Africans in Mozambique against Portuguese colonialism. From a brief history of precolonial life in Mozambique, the coming of... Read more »

Song of Lawino & Song of Ocol by Okot p’Bitek

During his lifetime, Okot p’Bitek was concerned that African nations, including his native Uganda, be built on African and not European foundations. Traditional African songs became a regular feature in his work,... Read more »

Cruel City by Mongo Beti

Under the pseudonym Eza Boto, Mongo Beti wrote Cruel City in 1954 before he came to the world’s attention with the publication of The Poor Christ of Bomba. Cruel City tells the... Read more »

A Series of Writings by Chinweizu

In these writings Chinweizu highlights the process of forced ‘Arabization’ and anti-African genocide that has been taking place across Northern Africa for thousands of years. Read more »

Yurugu: An Afrikan-Centered Critique of European Cultural Thought and Behavior by Dr. Marimba Ani

Yurugu removes the mask from the European facade and thereby reveals the inner workings of global white supremacy: A system which functions to guarantee the control of Europe and her descendants (the... Read more »