Caribbean History: From Pre-colonial Origins to the Present by Tony Martin

In Caribbean History: From Pre-colonial Origins to the Present, Dr. Tony Martin has attempted to overhaul, as it were, the approach to a survey of Caribbean history. Dr. Martin reframes the way in... Read more »

EP.026: Ezrah Aharone’s The Sovereign Psyche

As the first Black president exits office, rather than America being "post-racial," Black people must walk around like the 1960s with signs blaring: "Black Lives Matter." In addition, the late Supreme Court... Read more »

EP.022: Big Frizzle Family First, Africa 4 Africans Edition! Part 2

In Part two of our talk with Big Frizzle, we discuss the impetus and objectives of specific tracks on his album Family First, Africa 4 Africans Edition. Read more »

EP.021: Big Frizzle Family First, Africa 4 Africans Edition! Part 1

What's up everyone, we're back! For our relaunch we are happy to present our dialogue with Big Frizzle! Big Frizzle is a multi-talented lyricists, singer, writer, and student/teacher of African history and... Read more »

The Ruins of Empires by Akala

The Ruins of Empires – an epic poem. A story that follows the “Knowledge Seeker” through the course of human history, via astral travel and multiple reincarnations, in an attempt to discover... Read more »

Intellectual Warfare by Dr. Jacob H. Carruthers

Testifying that the foundation of modern Western thought, theory, and practice can be traced back to ancient African thought, theory, and practice, Intellectual Warfare exposes the African influence on Greek and Roman... Read more »

The Island of Memes: Haiti’s Unfinished Revolution by Dr. Wade Nobles

Through the lens of Black psychology, this book is a radical blending of African centered historiography with an innovative analysis of the role of consciousness formation and identity fragmentation as the unfinished... Read more »

Dr. Bayyinah Bello Completing The Haitian Revolution Pt. 2 of 2

The conclusion of Dr. Bayyinah Bello’s Completing The Haitian Revolution. Read more »

Dr. Bayyinah Bello Completing The Haitian Revolution Pt. 1 of 2

Bayyinah Bello is a historian, teacher, and writer from Haiti (Ayiti). In this two part video she analyzes the Ayitian revolution from an African perspective and places the revolution within the context... Read more »

EP.018: A Boçau Dialog with Dr. Julian Kunnie and Dr. João Costa Vargas

So what is a boçau? How did this revolutionary term become a pejorative name in Brazil? Read more »