Now, what could possibly be the purpose of writing a book such as this, would be a question asked by many. The simplest answer would be; “To Show Connectedness” We were told that we did nothing as a people; we were told that we did not have a history; we were told that we are a slave people because the religious books tell us so. We were also told that, being Black is, ugly, dirty, a shameful color, a curse, and there are a plethora of others things said about the color Black, and we as a people. What they (Europeans) are not telling us is, the TRUTH!
They (Europeans) divided us on a scale so major that a Jamaican person may grow up thinking that he or she has no connection to a Haitian person. An Ethiopian may think that they have no connection to a person in Kemet (Egypt), an Australian may think that they are not connected to a Fiji person. I can keep going and add that a Papua man or woman may think that they are in no way connected to that person or group in India known today as the Dalit or Untouchable, who by the way are treated so bad, and the LAWS of their country do nothing about it! Reflecting back on the opening question, which was; “What could possibly be the purpose of writing a book such as this?”
The purpose of writing such a book like this is to continue the process that began by our ancestors who were historians, who used all of the resources they had in front of them to liberate their minds and our minds as well. The purpose of this book is to listen to our ancestor’s voices as they speak to us through documented text that some highly educated men and women know nothing about to this day. The purpose continues as we view the selfies taken of our ancestor’s by others proving that we were there (places outside of Afrika, and this includes AMERIKA)! Just because these men and women used different titles doesn’t mean that they were genetically different!