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  • For millennia, the culture and philosophy of the ancient Egyptians have fascinated artists, historians, and spiritual seekers throughout the world. Now, this reissue of a Chronicle Books classic brings to light once more the legendary 3,500-year-old Papyrus of Ani—the most beautiful of the Egyptian funerary scrolls ever discovered. Restored to its original sequences, the elaborately bordered papyrus conveys its intended sense of motion and meaning in a way no other book on the subject can match. From mysticism and philosophy to anthropology and astronomy, this sumptuous volume will appeal to casual readers, serious scholars, and the generally inquisitive mind. The translation of the text of each image is placed on the page directly below the image, allowing the reader, for the first time in 3500 years, to gaze on the images while reading the words of the papyrus. Uncluttered with footnotes or other extraneous matter, the papyrus is displayed with the intent of allowing the ...


  • Students of archaeology, travellers, visitors to museums and all those interested in mythology will value this comprehensive handbook. It details the major gods and goddesses and presents a broad survey of others, giving a vivid picture of the complexity and richness of the imagery of Egyptian mythology.


  • Okonowo is the greatest warrior alive. His fame has spread like a bushfire in West Africa and he is one of the most powerful men of his clan.

    But he also has a fiery temper. Determined not to be like his father, he refuses to show weakness to anyone - even if the only way he can master his feelings is with his fists. When outsiders threaten the traditions of his clan, Okonowo takes violent action. Will the great man's dangerous pride eventually destroy him?


  • 10 Days of Black Truths

    10 Days of Black Truths

    Although we're bombarded with negative images and news about African-Americans, filmmaker and author Janks Morton is on a mission to shed light on positive images and news about African-Americans. In his book titled 10 Days of Black Truths, Morton provides 10 days of positive statistics concerning African-Americans. 

    This book is an excellent tool for building the awareness and self-esteem of African-American men, women, and children.

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  • Published in 1913, this is a delightful collection of 21 folk tales. The book has an introductory section which details the history of the Hausa people and their relation to Islam. The tales themselves are collected directly from a Hausa Storyteller.



  • Green Book

    Green Book

    The Green Book (Arabic: الكتاب الأخضر‎ al-Kitāb al-Aḫḍar) is a short book setting out the political philosophy of the former Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi. The book was first published in 1975. It was "intended to be required reading for all Libyans."It is said to have been inspired in part by The Little Red Book (Quotations from Chairman Mao). Both were widely distributed both inside and outside their country of origin, and "written in a simple, understandable style with many memorable slogans." During the Libyan civil war copies of the book were burned by anti-Gaddafi demonstrators. An English translation was issued by the Libyan People's Committee,and a bilingual English/Arabic edition was issued in London by Martin, Brian & O'Keeffe in 1976.

  • THE SOULS OF BLACK FOLK is a pioneering work of African-American studies and sociology by leading civil rights activist and historian W.E.B. DuBois. Consisting of a series of essays, the work was one of the earliest and most influential to give voice to the struggle for African-American civil rights in the United States. Among his other points, DuBois argues against negative stereotypes of the black community, instead contending that racism was largely to blame for crime and indolence.



  • Comic biography of Queen Nzinga Mbande of the Ndongo and Maamba Kingdoms in southwestern Africa who led her troops in battle against the Portuguese colonizers. After signing a peace treaty with Portugal, Nzinga devoted her efforts to resettling formerly enslaved Africans. After her death, the Portuguese accelerated their occupation of southwest Africa and significantly expanded the slave trade.


  • Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti (1900–1978) was a leading activist during Nigerian women’s anti-colonial struggles. She founded the Abeokuta Women’s Union, one of the most impressive women’s organizations of the twentieth century (with a membership estimated to have reached up to 20,000 women), which fought to protect and further the rights of women.



  • Journal of the Moorish Paradigm Book #1

    Greatest Unknown Man: Prophet Noble Drew Ali
    Atlantis is Code For Our Ancient Civilization
    The Destruction of Atlantis
    We are Aboriginal by Birthright
    Ancient Olmec Artifacts of Our Ancestor in America
    Ancient Mayan Artifacts of Our Ancestor in America
    The Original Arawaks, Californians, Andeans
    The First Americans Red or Black Archeology Article
    Canaanite in Mexico (Eckchuah)
    Largest Pyramid is found in Mexico
    Mound Builder Artifacts of Our Ancestor in America
    The Ben-Ishmael Tribe of North America (Indians?)
    Our Aboriginal Relatives in the N.E. United States
    Document from the Moroccan Mission in New York
    Europeans Enslaved by Moors, Women in Harems
    An American Captain Deliver Tribute to the Moors
    A treaty ...


  • In Africa there is a strange life style, strange people and unbelievable culture which can turn better future of intelligent African children upside down. This kind of life drive many young men to flee the continent as stowaways to developed countries.For those who remain in African, miraculously they can come up with something very special and change the whole miserable life to harmony despite unreliable African infrastructure, poor education, health and children welfare system. Buy this book in Czech and Slovakia


  • Up from Slavery is the 1901 autobiography of Booker T. Washington detailing his personal experiences in working to rise from the position of a slave child during the Civil War, to the difficulties and obstacles he overcame to get an education at the new Hampton University, to his work establishing vocational schools—most notably the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama—to help black people and other disadvantaged minorities learn useful, marketable skills and work to pull themselves, as a race, up by the bootstraps. He reflects on the generosity of both teachers and philanthropists who helped in educating blacks and Native Americans. He describes his efforts to instill manners, breeding, health and a feeling of dignity to students. His educational philosophy stresses combining academic subjects with learning a trade (something which is reminiscent of the educational theories of John Ruskin). Washington explained that the integration of practical subjects is partly ...