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Black Farmers

The remaining farmers or sharecroppers are in their senior years, will their collective knowledge and experience be lost?

 Descendants of families who left the segregated South for employment in northern factories in the 1950’S and ’60s now find themselves unemployed because the factory work was moved into suburban communities or in low wage countries.
The question is, will Blacks, confined to segregated crime-ridden neighborhoods with little prospects of shedding the undereducated, unemployable community find ways of transforming their image?

Egypt yesterday, today and tomorrow

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/mar/17/nile-shipwreck-herodotus-archaeologists-thonis-heraclion

Egypt is a subject that tends to fascinate people. Egypt fascinates Archaeologist, History buffs, Story Tellers and, of course, those who research the arcane. Egypt has plenty to offer and has offered the world throughout its storied existence.

The above article via the Guardian relates a tale told first by Herodotus about a shipwreck and retold today by the Guardian newspaper.

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This blog is the product of a running conversation, often angry, that I have had over the years with Walter Rodney’s book, How Europe Underdeveloped Africa. The book has become a classic, and is regarded with unquestioning reverence by many black scholars and laypeople. I read the book as an undergraduate, and began, like many […]

 

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