www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we have a Pro-Black discussion with Onitaset Kumat (Oni), the author of the book, “The Pro-Black Compendium”. In this discussion, we talk about African Self-Knowledge and Self-Empowerment through Politics, Economics and Culture.
"The Pro-Black Compendium" is a resource guide written by a longtime Organizer for the purpose of its reader gaining clarity and insights into how to Seek and Develop African Consciousness for themselves and their Brothers and Sisters. The book elaborates on numerous activities, ancestors, books and films for African Development and includes several hundred curated proverbs and quotations that have been used with great success by the author and our ancestors.
The also book discusses Warriors, Warrior Queen-Mothers, Wars and Civilizations, with immense instruction. I.e. what can we learn from Hannibal? What can we learn from Dahia Al-Kahina? What can we learn from the Second Intermediate Period? What can we learn from the Maa Federation? These questions and more are answered succinctly yet astutely to provide those Africans willing to make a change to know what is and what needs to be changed.
About Onitaset Kumat:
Founder of the African Blood Siblings: a Pan-African Nationalist Organization organizing Food, Clothing, Shelter and Consciousness for African people all over the world.
Onitaset Kumat can be reached at AfricanBloodSibs@aim.com. You can his books at:
Pro-Black Compendium: https://www.createspace.com/7513235
For Black people who are for Black people. This book answers what can I do, what should I know, what don't I know, and why we are at War. It's a book for those who want to be active but intelligently active.
Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa: https://www.createspace.com/7214395
The short novel that illustrates what we as a people should be working toward. Today, Eurasians (White people) teach most to think 'freedom' is 'slavery;' Zuberi portrays true African 'freedom' in this day and age.
Onitaset Kumat Socil Media
www.bittermedicineblogs.com – will be resurrecting the “The Bitter Medicine Book Club”, shortly. Book Clubs are important to a community. Book clubs allow you to meet interesting people; read books you normally would not; discuss works that need discussing; and simply have fun bonding with your own people. You should join our Book Club today! In the meantime, listen as we discuss this book and several others.
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