1. African Icons are not Infallible

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    Bonus clip from http://www.themotherland.info But to extract this info requires maturity and an advancement of their principles and work. Only then can we profit from their legacy. So it requires a critical discourse, work, papers, discussions to evaluate the good and the bad. And the good news about the imperfects of our great leaders and ancestors is even their mistakes teach us important lessons

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    • New York Confidential: Harlem. Arte Télévision

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      From Arte's 10th year anniversary of the sky falling in NYC on Sept. 11th, 2001, featuring stories on each of the boroughs and Harlem.

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      • Jumel Terrace Books

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        Located on the ground floor of a brownstone at 426 West 160th Street, the Harlem Heights shop specializes in Local History, African and America. The Art, Myth, History & Literature of Colonial & Revolutionary Uptown New York and the Black Atlantic are our specialties. Open by appointment, invitation or serendipity. kurt@kurtthometz.com

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        • Old African Slave Mart in Charleston SC

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          • Ewuare X. Osayande: Rise Up Camden!

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            http://osayande.org/ On February 15, 2012 Political Activist and Educator Ewuare X. Osayande gave a speech to students, teachers and staff at Camden High School for Black History Month. This speech was part of a series of speeches at each of the high schools in Camden, NJ. Follow his work on FB at http://www.facebook.com/EwuareXolaOsayande and Twitter at @ewuareosayande.

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            • Motherland Timeline African History

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              http://www.themotherland.info

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              • Were the ancient Egyptians Black

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                A provocative and thoughtful look at the race of the ancient Egyptians going back to the most ancient days of antiquity. Temple University professor Molefi Kete Asante is featured.

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                • Bagamoyo, Lay Your Heart Down

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                  Long before the first African stepped foot on North American soil and long after the last slave ships plied the Atlantic Ocean, East Africa harbored its own dark trade. For centuries until the 1920s, Arab traders traveled into Africa’s heart to collect slaves for use both on African plantations and throughout the Middle East. Along the way, these slaves endured atrocities as cruel as many that happened in West Africa. Death marches to the coast for thousands of miles. Pain, hunger, exhaustion. Families split apart. The clash of culture, language and religion. Before being shipped around the world, many slaves were funneled through one small town in modern-day Tanzania: the quiet yet diverse Bagamoyo. How did a community born of brutality become a place of tolerance and forgiveness? In this eye-opening and compelling film, Jake Salyers sheds light on a forgotten piece of history. Through the prism of Bagamoyo, Salyers examines the East African slave trade and its reverberations into the present day. From the ancient ruins of Arab colonies to the testimonies of villagers who can still remember the slave trade, BAGAMOYO, LAY YOUR HEART DOWN reveals a classic story of past loss and present redemption.

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                  • DIASPORA, la communauté noire en France s'exprime

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                    "Diaspora" n'est plus un DVD qu'on se passe sous le manteau, c'est la révélation de réalités d'êtres humains conscients de leurs origines qui va enfin éclater au grand jour ! A travers les interviews les langues se délient , au fil des intervenants le nègre bannit l'autocensure qui le caractérise. Dans ce reportage qui pose question, on avance le panafricanisme, la solidarité interculturelle africaine, on évoque le pouvoir que nous aurions si nous étions tous conscients que de l'Afrique au caraïbes en passant par l'Europe et l'Amérique nous sommes un seul peuple et nous devons construire notre avenir sans attendre que d'autres le fassent à notre place et à leur manière. www.mia-culture.com

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                    • Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the death of Patrice Lumumba pt 5 of 7

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                      Marika Sherwood on the Panel... Towards a world without colonialism, imperialism and racism. Patrice Lumumba, one of the greatest anti-colonial thinkers and leaders of the 20th century, was murdered on 17 January 1961, just ten weeks after being elected as the first Prime Minister of the Republic of Congo. Both Belgium and the US were involved in plotting his death. Fifty years later, much of Africa and the third world still suffers under neocolonialism, but the tide is starting to turn. We are organising this meeting in order to reflect on the changes of the last 50 years and to discuss possibilities for the future of struggle against colonialism, imperialism and racism. "We must move forward, striking out tirelessly against imperialism. From all over the world we have to learn lessons which events afford. Lumumba's murder should be a lesson for all of us." (Che Guevara).

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