"... Jagan's Marxist cover really hid an East Indian racist"...Julian Mayfield; Political Refugees and the Politics of Guyana - The Black Scholar, Vol. 4, No. 10, THE PAN-AFRICAN DEBATE (July-August 1973), pp. 33-35...
"...The main political contradiction in the society, a contradiction which exploded in racial violence in the sixties, but which is not resolve..."
"...Africans at first had no perceptible race consciousness after centuries of conditioning with Euro-Christianity through white missionary activity."...Eusi Kwayana: Burnhamism, Jaganism and the People of Guyana Burnhamism, Jaganism and the People of Guyana - The Black Scholar, Vol. 4, No. 8/9, THE BLACK CHILD (May-June 1973), pp. 40-46...
"I am that I am, I'm not in this world; to live up to your expectations, neither are you here to live up to mine, yeah. I don't owe no one; No obligation, No one owes me none, so everything is fine, fine. Don't underestimate my ability, don’t defecate my character, don’t belittle my authority, It is time you recognized my quality.” …Peter Tosh (1944-1987), the best musician of the Wailin' Wailers...
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Who is the Original Man?
African history of Modern Man, begins when Modern man started his out of Africa (OOA) migrations from Southern Africa some 60,000 years ago. He started a process that would eventually result in Modern man populating every habitable corner of the … Continue reading →
Are animals capable of feeling complex emotions? Recent observations of unexpected cross-species relationships in zoos and animal sanctuaries around the world may provide some answers. Despite the odds, there are countless stories of the most unlikely cross-species relationships imaginable: a goat guiding … Continue reading →
THE DOGON OF MALI The Dogon dwell in a mountainous terrain near the border of Mali and Upper Volta in West Africa. The Dogon revealed some of their cosmological science through their interaction with two French anthropologists: Marcel Griaule and … Continue reading →
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You will never find a more complicated mythology, or one stranger, or perhaps even funnier, and there's the whole
thing about Nommo, the alien fish-being whose name (hear that, like nomme, means word in many african languages) was crucified by a fox. Robert KG Temple has an amazing book about this because the Dogon have based their religion on a synchronization with the rotation of a dwarf star around its partner and they couldn't have possibly been able to see that
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Originally published in French as Le renard pâle by Paris Institut d'ethnologie in 1945, The Pale Fox was translated into English by Stephen C. Infantino and published by the Continuum Foundation of Chino Valley, AZ in 1986.