Tag Archives: Black Economics
A Reality Check for Pan Afrikanists
Green Gold, But For Whom?
Anatomy of Social Justice
“It is still true of the Negro in America, as it once was of the serfs of Europe, that city air makes men free, and this is true in more ways than are ordinarily conceived of. The great cities are now what the frontier and the wilderness once was, the refuge of the footloose, theContinue reading “Anatomy of Social Justice”
Alter-Native Society: Between Kingdoms, Political Structures and Anarchy
“The king was the personification of Ma’at, a word that we translate as ‘truth’, or ‘justice’, but has an extended meaning of the proper cosmic order at the time of its establishment by the Creator …There is in Akhenaten’s teaching a constant emphasis upon Maat …as is not found before or afterwards.” – Cyril Aldred,Continue reading “Alter-Native Society: Between Kingdoms, Political Structures and Anarchy”
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