This thread will be about Africa's history -
Credo Mutwa reveals Africa's true history
runtime 4:39:36 (full length)
google removed part of the video it now only runs 1:55 mins
Credo Mutwa interview on Reptilians 2
interview on Reptilians 2
2:52:17 - 11 months ago
5-13 Illuminati ET/Spiritual Conspiracy: Credo Mutwa interview on Reptilians 2 A weblink to a list of Illuminati-videos: List of my Illuminati Google-...
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Farewell Africa - Africa Addido
Italian documentary in the "Mondo Cane" series. Widely considered to be an example of racist shocksploitation (with a peculiar focus on cruelty to animals) nostalgic for the days of colonialism during Africa's transition, it nevertheless is a great watch and contains the only recorded evidence of the genocidal killing of Arabs in Zanzibar.
Lecture 1 - African - American History - Stanford University
Lecture 1 of Clay Carson's Introduction to African-American History Course (HIST 166) concentrating on the Modern Freedom Struggle (Fall 2007). Topics in this lecture include a course introduction and W.E.B. Du Bois. Recorded September 25, 2007 at Stanford University.
This course introduces the viewer to African-American history, with particular emphasis on the political thought and protest movements of the period after 1930, focusing on selected individuals who have shaped and been shaped by modern African-American struggles for freedom and justice. Clayborne Carson is a professor in the History Department at Stanford University.
Complete playlist for the course:
More on Clayborne Carson:
Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute at Stanford University
Stanford University channel on YouTube:
YouTube - StanfordUniversity's Channel
lecture 1 in a series of 18-double click for playlist
The Information found in this series was compiled by Robert H. Strongrivers and Commitee.
Robert H. Strongrivers is The President of the National Olmec American Heritage and Research Committee [N.O.A.H. A.R.C.] , as well as the founder and creator of the Lost Feather Black Indian Website were the original Manuscripts for all of the information can be found.
Lost Feathers Black Indian Website
For more insight on the Moorish info in this series visit:
"The Journal of the Moorish Paradigm, by Bro. Hakim Bey.
This Video documentary was produced and Narrated by Revolutionary INK
The original Egyptians were black just like any tropical African today. Watch the famous black faces of Egypt. Also, I'm Debunking all the Eurocentric Myths.
The common misconception of Red Hair Mummies
Archaeology Magazine - Error!...
Studies and Comments on Ancient Egyptian Biological Relationships,
Genetics, Egypt, and History: Interpreting Geographical Patterns of Y Chromosome Variation
Y-Chromosome Variation in Egypt, S.O.Y. Keita, African Archaeological Review (2005)
History in the Interpretation of the Pattern of p49a,f TaqI RFLP Y-Chromosome Variation in Egypt: A Consideration of Multiple Lines of Evidence, S.O.Y. Keita, American Journal of Human Biology, 17: 559--567 (2005)
Diachronic Patterns of Dental Hypoplasias and Vault Porosities During the Predynastic in the Naqada Region, Upper Egypt, S.O.Y. Keita, A.J. Boyce (2001)
The Geographical Origins and Population Relationships of Early Ancient Egyptians
Further Studies of Crania From Ancient Northern Africa: An Analysis of Crania From First Dynasty Egyptian Tombs, Using Multiple Discriminant Functions, S.O.Y. Keita, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 87: 245-254 (1992)
My video was not intended to detach the people of modern Egypt with the past. I' am not and I repeat this, trying to "steal" or give credit to any other people. My thesis has been that ancient Egypt was an African civilization, and that this fact has been hidden and distorted, for racist reasons. I do not advocate the positions of Afrocentrist, I only interested in Africa's history. Any other interpretation you get from this video is base purely and solely on your moral inclinations and does not reflect my intention I stated in this subsection
Black Egypt: The Beginning