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American Sankofa: Unlearning Racism. Digging up our Roots. A Brief Introduction to American Racism & African Civilization Before Slavery: 2 Paperback – 31 July 2020
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*Black & White Interior (Color version is searchable, for a slightly premium price)A Brief Introduction to American Racism while connecting our roots to African Civilization Before Slavery. We focus on unlearning white supremacy, while sharing the greatness of African people before they were enslaved. Sankofa is an African term, loosely translated as moving forward while looking back. This is meant as a simple educational tool meant for all hoping to raise their awareness on this topic.
- Publisher : Adrienne Smith (31 July 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 135 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1735361623
- ISBN-13 : 978-1735361628
- Dimensions : 20.32 x 0.79 x 25.4 cm
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I was recently able to complete the American Sankofa, and I must say that it is every bit of amazing. From start to finish it was an incredible read and I feel more equipped with knowledge and empowered to be in the skin that I am in. It was refreshing to hear some of the same sentiments and feelings that I feel as a black man as I was going through these pages. American Sankofa was truly a learning experience as it was elegantly able to capture and highlight so much of our history, advertises, and triumphs. This book has continued to add to my fuel for wanting to learn more, appreciate my culture and voice, and lastly love myself unapologetically. Thank you for such an amazing read.