Nationbuilding: Theory and Practice in Afrikan Centered Education 2nd ed. by Kwame Agyei Akoto

Kwame Agyei Akoto defines nationbuilding as “the conscious and focused application of our people’s collective resources, energies, and knowledge to the task of liberating and developing the psychic and physical space that... 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 »
Conscientization 101 Podcast Ep. 39 You & Me Asabi Hawah & Raggo Zulu Rebel

EP.039: A Complementary Bond: You & Me (Asabi Hawah & Raggo Zulu Rebel) Part 1

Folk music is defined as music "relating to the traditional art or culture of a community or nation," and the critically acclaimed dynamic group You & Me aptly titled debut album... Read more »

Enemies: The Clash of Races by Haki R. Madhubuti

This book presents an explosive collection of essays that call for Black consciousness and revolutionary action. The author examines Black nationalism, white minority rule, Pan-Africanism, the necessity for Black institutions and the... Read more »

African/Black Psychology in the American Context: An- African-Centered Approach by Kobi K. K. Kambon

Kobi K.K. Kambon’s African/Black Psychology in the American Context: An African Centered Approach is an essential read for African people worldwide. He purposely uses the term “African/Black” throughout the book to psychologically... 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 »

Misguided Movement: The Neoliberal Move Toward Natural Hair Part 1 of 3

The “new age” manifestation of “natural hair” is completely devoid of any political organizing for Pan-African liberation. Read more »

Pawned Sovereignty: Sharpened Black Perspectives on Americanization, Africa, War and Reparations by Ezrah Aharone

Pawned Sovereignty presents an evolutionary political and philosophical outlook on America, Africa, and world affairs. Regardless of what you presently think, the challenges it poses to societal norms will either enhance or... Read more »

Something Torn and New: An African Renaissance by Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o

Kwame Ture, that great son of Africa said, “power begins on the level conception,” this is the best way to describe Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o’s Something Torn and New: An African Renaissance. Ngũgĩ... Read more »

Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o Speaks: Interviews with the Kenyan Writer by Reinhard Sander

Cumulatively the interviews reproduced here trace the trajectory of the author’s intellectual engagement with his times. This is a reader where Ngũgĩ reveals his thoughts and analysis of various African freedom movements,... Read more »