Time in Ethiopia:

Black History

Ethiopian Argument | Thursday, June 26, 2014
  1. African History 
  2. An African Origin of Philosophy: Myth or Reality?
  3. The Role of an Afrocentric Ideology
  4. Afrocentricity
  5. Afrocentricity: Toward a New Understanding of African Thought in the World
  6. Africology: Naming an Intellectual Enterprise in our Field
  7. The Creation of the OAU
  8. The Organization of African Unity (OAU) Charter
  9. Ancient Ethiopia or Kush
  10. Axum (Aksum)
  11. The Temple of Yeha, and its Killer Trees
  12. St. Yared – the great Ethiopian composer
  13. Ethiopia and the Origin of Civilization
  14. Race in Antiquity: Truly Out of Africa
  15. Federalism, African Peoples, the Civil Society and the Diaspora
  16. Harold Cruse and Afrocentric Theory
  17. Where is the White Professor Located?
  18. The Ideology of Racial Hiearchy and the Construction of the European Slave Trade
  19. Marcus Garvey Look for me in the Whirlwind
  20. Africa and Africans in Antiquity by Edwin Yamauchi (Michigan State University Press, 2001)
  21. Against Race by Paul Gilroy (Harvard University Press, 2000
  22. Arab Racism Raises its Head in Sudan
  23. Toward an African State
  24. Identifying Racist Language: Linguistic Acts and Signs
  25. Papyrus of Ani; Egyptian Book of the Dead [Budge]
  26. 100 things that you did not know about Africa
  27. Why is Black History important for young people?
  28. 15 Things You Did Not Know About Queen/Pharaoh Hatshepsut
  29. 25 Facts about Marcus Mosiah Garvey
  30. 15 Things You Did Not Know About the Moors of Spain
  31. WOMEN IN POWER BCE 4500-1000