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 »

Decolonising the African Mind by Chinweizu

In this sequel to The West And The Rest Of Us, Chinweizu examines the colonial mentality, in its various manifestations, and how it has obstructed African economic development and cultural renaissance since... Read more »

“Black Lives Matter?”: The Sisyphean Endeavor to Fight Racism as Opposed to Struggling for Revolutionary Pan-African Liberation

Nothing could be more futile than an effort to make one group's personal attitude central to your objectives as an oppressed group. Read more »

Showdown: Pan-Afrikanism vs. Global White Supremacy by Del Jones

Two battered and bruised races are in the center of the ring and truth and justice have very little to do with it. Those who claim it’s a spiritual war are just... Read more »

Viewing Teza, Reading Fanon: 10 Critical Questions for Haile Gerima’s Cinema (A Study Guide)

ABSTRACT: This is a brief study guide designed to engage viewing audiences of Haile Gerima’s film Teza in a critical analysis inspired by some of the classical critical insights put forth by... Read more »

Che Guevara, Paulo Freire, and the Pedagogy of Revolution by Peter McLaren

Che Guevara, Paulo Freire, and the Pedagogy of Revolution examines what is currently at stake – culturally, politically, and educationally – in contemporary global capitalist society. This book evaluates the message of... Read more »

Afrikan-Centered Consciousness Versus The New World Order: Garveyism in the Age of Globalism by Amos Wilson

In two masterful lectures contained within the pages of this modest text, Dr. Wilson challenges the all too pervasive assumption and false perception that the “New World Order” is somehow ordained-that if... Read more »

Dr. Amos Wilson Moving Beyond Civil “Assimilation” Rights Toward Revolution

Baba Wilson breaking it down. Basically he breaks down the struggle from colonialism to neocolonialism, where it appears as if the colonized are the one’s that are oppressing themselves. As he so... Read more »

Barrel of a Pen: Resistance to Repression in Neo-colonial Kenya by Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o

Barrel of a Pen is a collection of essays that vigorously responds to the atmosphere of repression and domination in Kenya. Ngũgĩ argues that the defense of national culture and national identity... Read more »

God’s Bits of Wood by Ousmane Sembène

Ousmane Sembène crafts a richly visceral story about a railroad strike in French colonial Africa. There are a large cast of characters that are situated throughout French colonial Africa (primarily Bamako, Thiès,... Read more »