Ivan Gladstone Van Sertima (26 January 1935 – 25 May 2009) was an associate professor of Africana Studies at Rutgers University in the United States.
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Dr Ivan Van Sertima if your not familiar with this knowledgeable man, then that's one of the reasons why we ain't on the same wave.
I am currently reading They Came Before Us by Ivan Van Sertima & he writes all about this!
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Please study the work of Dr. Ivan Van Sertima "They Came Before Columbus" it will open u2 Ancient America.
They came before the Columbus by Ivan Van Sertima. Anything by this black man is valuable and informal.
Go to 4 min mark for more proof. They Came Before Columbus - Dr Ivan Van Sertima
Ivan Van Sertima wrote his book "they came before columbus" like 20 years ago and so who called conscious people still don't know smh
I added a video to a playlist Dr Ivan Van Sertima shows proof America is Moorish Lands pt 1
1)the man who single handedly bought you this information Dr Ivan Van Sertima's work got deeply half read,and misinterpreted
It is a shame that you did not even know Marcus Mosaih Garvey & Ivan Van Sertima. Great Blackmen
Wena Marcus Garvey. Ivan Van Sertima, Henri Clark. Diop are black people. Are u serious?
Obviously that's rubbish. Dr Ivan van Sertima has long dispelled that white myth and trash.So pls...
I added a video to a playlist Ivan Van Sertima on FTP-Part1B: The Pink African
Ivan Van Sertima tells all in "They came before Columbus". But the slave trade happened. We need all allies.
I wonder what the spirit of Dr. Ivan van sertima is thinking...
Office of the Dean-American Institue of Human Rights. Dr. Ivan Van Sertima was a giant among our men. His...
I use to worship a certain Queens police murderer, till I read the words of Ivan Van Sertima📖
'They Came Before Columbus' This book by the renowned Dr. Ivan Van Sertima explores the evidence…
Been watching Ivan Van Sertima and John Henrik Clarke speeches all day
Dr Ivan Van Sertima: "We have thousands upon thousands of books about Africa, that tell us nothing about the quintessential Africa."
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is Ivan Van Sertima, Dr. Ben, Dr. Clark. is the Nile which the Egyptians (real) said they came from. The beginning Kenya...
Dr. Ivan Van Sertima ~ The Pink African. Sertima was educated at the School of Oriental and African Studies...
I encourage black people to watch Amos Wilson, Dr. John Henrik Clarke, Kwame Ture, Ivan Van Sertima, and Esther Stanford-Xosei on YouTube.
They came before Columbus by Ivan Van Sertima. A must read book. Changed my life. http:…
I could listen to Dr. Ivan Van Sertima all day!
def my bad on the multiple miss . Ivan Van Sertima, Cheikh Anta Diop, John G. Jackson tryna recall more-
check out the Golden Age of moors by Ivan van sertima
. Ivan Van Sertima, John Henrik Clarke, Marimba Ani, Tony Martin, Yosef Ben-Jochannan? Or, do you think it's a reversal?
Revisiting Public Enemy's Fear of a Black Planet. Never realized Ivan Van Sertima was used in the intro. Dopeness.
Y'all should read They Came Before Columbus by Ivan Van Sertima it's a good book
those alleged tainos were of African descent too, word to Ivan Van Sertima..we been over here wayyy before colonization
Dr Ivan Van Sertima - Black Women In Antiquity. A lecture based on his book Black Women in Antiquity (Journal of...
I remember reading the Isis Papers back in high school. Dr. Frances, as well as others like Dr. Ben, John Henrik Clarke, Ivan Van Sertima
"When the Europeans first came to Africa they did not come as conquerors, they came as students". Ivan van Sertima
I would have loved to see textbooks written by Ivan Van Sertima.
I never felt worthy until I read the words of one Ivan Van Sertima... He…
Dr Ivan Van Sertima a man from Guyana that I admired so much and his books I was so fond of that I…
A great ancestors we all should know and our kids. . DR. IVAN VAN SERTIMA
how is that book? I bought they came before Columbus an African presence by Ivan van sertima I gotta start reading it
''What happened 5 thousand yrs ago and what happened 5 minutes ago occupy the same room in consciousness''-Dr Ivan Van Sertima
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Dr. Ivan van Sertima once stood in front of US congress and told them Columbus never discovered jack. But they still celebrate him.
Favorite Authors: My pops and also Dr. Ivan Van Sertima "They Came Before Columbus" read that one then get back to me...
I love watching videos of Kwame Turé Dr. John Henrik Clark, Dr. Amos Wilson, Dr. Claude Anderson, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima on …
&went on 2 repeat what Ivan Van Sertima said about Africa has less jungle than any other continent comparable with its land space
HAH! Many Mexicans (The came Before Columbus Ivan Van Sertima) r pt blk but identify as white
Back in the day, Black archaeologist Warren Barbour debated Ivan Van Sertima, exposing the inaccurate "They Came Before Columbus"
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read a book.. I would recommend the autobiography of Malcolm X for starters then maybe some Ivan Van Sertima, then come argue👋
. Do U'r research. Please do some. Dr Ivan van sertima
Dr. Ivan Van Sertima's lecture on ancient human history, man and woman.
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I read Carter G Woodson, Ivan Van Sertima because they have historical facts and research+
I love how you were down w/ Dr.york, Khakid Muhammad, Frances Cress Welsing, Ivan Van Sertima and many others ✊ salute King
I'll drop some names for you, Assata Shakur, Ivan Van Sertima, look up articles Where PoC were declared "white"
Beware of the cult of Ivan Van Sertima.
When we speak of Blackness, Blackness must stand for Excellence as it did in early Africa - Dr. Ivan Van Sertima
Ivan Van Sertima’s "Blacks in Science" book provides solid evidence on the African origins of mathematical concepts and sciences.
Dr. Yosef Ben, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, Dr. John Henric Clark are good ppl to glen from
A world where there are more computers than people. - Ivan van Sertima -
whats ironic is that ivan van sertima openly admits to NOT using source materials but instead use european sources
and based on these OUTDATED european books ivan van sertima wrote his book (like 50 years ago)
Can't sit through a movie but I can sit and watch Ivan Van Sertima talk for hours. Taking notes helps me retain so much info also
Feb 5th Ivan Van Sertima. Ivan Van Sertima was born in Guyana, South America. He was educated at the…
Ivan Van Sertima - the Guyanese said we had black explorers to the 'New World' (was it really new) long before Columbus in 1492
Dr Ivan Van Sertima. (1935-2008). This is one of the best research books ever written. He discovered…
an oldie but still awesome: Dr. John Henrik Clarke, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, Dr. Yosef Ben Jochannan on...: via
“You cannot really conceive of how insulting it is to Native Americans … to be told they were discovered.”~ Dr. Ivan Gladstone Van Sertima
The nerve of the world has been deadened for centuries to the vibrations of African genius ~ Ivan van Sertima
15 things about the Moors you probably didn't know 1. The Spanish occupation by the Moors began in 711 AD when an African army, under their leader Tariq ibn-Ziyad, crossed the Strait of Gibraltar from northern Africa and invaded the Iberian peninsula ‘Andalus' (Spain under the Visigoths). 2. A European scholar sympathetic to the Spaniards remembered the conquest in this way: a. [T]he reins of their (Moors) horses were as fire, their faces black as pitch, their eyes shone like burning candles, their horses were swift as leopards and the riders fiercer than a wolf in a sheepfold at night . . . The noble Goths [the German rulers of Spain to whom Roderick belonged] were broken in an hour, quicker than tongue can tell. Oh luckless Spain! [i] [i] Quoted in Edward Scobie, The Moors and Portugal's Global Expansion, in Golden Age of the Moor, ed Ivan Van Sertima, US, Transaction Publishers, 1992, p.336 3. The Moors, who ruled Spain for 800 years, introduced new scientific techniques to Europe, such as an astrola ...
"We have come here believing our history begins in 1492. That's an awful burden. History gives us spiritual power, the belief in self. The reason why we seek it out in Europe, in Asia and in America is because we are a shattered diamond, our pieces are all over the place. We can never feel whole again until we put those pieces together again and that is our mission" - Dr. Ivan Van Sertima
romans even arrived on the continent africa went by many names Dr Ivan Van Sertima covers this topic very well in his books
History will judge what Ivan Van Sertima called our "500 year room" (1500-now) as a curious age. If we survive it, that is.
I liked a video from Africans In Early Europe - Dr. Ivan Van Sertima
Scholastic type brain like Ivan van Sertima
The Golden Age of the Moor - Ivan Van Sertima. We need see the education we gave to the World
You are no where in the bones until 50,000yrs ago. Go read Cheikh Anta Diop or Dr. Ivan Van Sertima
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African Presence in Early America, by Ivan Van Sertima; Transaction Publishers. The Olmec are known as the Xi People, a group that (24/32)
according to Ivan Van Sertima (African Presene in Early America), giant heads of stone to represent important people in Africa was (17/32)
Dont know how accurate this is but Its worth a look
Learn about what you've never known. 💯 Dr. Ivan Van Sertima - They Came Before Columbus
Egypt Revisited by Ivan Van Sertima, Kemet and the African Worldview, Ed. by Jacob Carruthers and Maulana Karenga
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You have to know how to validate friends , Friends on any level on or offline, you can value different opinion and that differential is to be honored however what you CANNOT have is People who oppose purpose or Direction , in which you must be heading in the same direction and standing for the same Purpose. Otherwise you are inviting anarchy upon your theme of what you do and stand for.Many are antagonist to productivity as a Culture and Race , they prepare meals for ignorance with excuse or conductivity, This is unacceptable and they must be removed at ONCE; Furthermore To put it as so you can See; Marcus Garvey, W.E.B Dubois , Chanceller Williams , Kwame Toure, Huey Newton, Harriet Tubman, Cheik Anta Diop, Ivan Van Sertima, John Henrik Clarke, LAngston Hughs, Malcolm X, Paul Robeson, Dutty Bookeman, Toussaint Louverture, H. Rap, Kathleen Cleaver, Angela Davis,Yosef Ben Jochannan, Nat Turner and so many more; MOST had different opinions howEVER had the same purpose and moving IN the same direction.C ...
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Ivan Van Sertima on little-known African achievements.: via it is about the first world.
Gonna be finishing the lecture video "Black Women in Antiquity" by Ivan Van Sertima tomorrow Gonna purchase the book as well. Getting really interested in a lot of different things
Shout out to Dr. Phil Valentine and Bobby Hemmit and last but not least Dr Ivan van sertima
"The history of the world is not written. The history of Europe, perhaps." Dr Ivan Van Sertima
Ivan Van Sertima, the foremost authority on the African presence in ancient America, has built a strong case demonstrating that (1/13)
Beginning of Ivan Van Sertima's They Came Before Columbus he tell u in the intro, "Six years ago, during my first brief visit to America..."
May 25, 2009 Ivan van Sertima died.# Guyanese and USA writer and academic.
That's about right. Like 10-25,000 yrs according to many studies. Dr. Ivan Van Sertima wrote books on this. 📖📚✊
I love your account, you familiar with Dr Ivan Van Sertima and Dr John Henrik Clarke?
white supremacy is a thing. whether you fully agree with or not. listen to Amos Wilson, Umar Johnson, John Henrik Clarke, Ivan Van Sertima
They Came Before Columbus - Dr Ivan Van Sertima, Part 1 case and point
you better go read some Ivan Van Sertima and leave us alone lol
This is a bigger tragedy than our sad local and national media will ever inform you about. The Saddest piece for me as a black citizen of the world is that this bookstore is where I began my journey as a seeker. Years of reading Ivan Van Sertima, Anthony Browder, Yosef Ben Jochannan, Patricia Hill Morton and countless other works started with Marcus Book Store. There I learned not just how well documented the voice of my culture was, but I found a bridge to other cultures in works from many other authors of color that were not being supported by the main vein of the publishing industry. In essence I learned about what it meant to be independent when sharing knowledge and how important it is to not allow academic institutions to colonize your mind and subvert your sovereignty. I can even remember being in Mr. Fracknoi's Astronomy class with Mrs. Johnson. Attending school with Tamiko, Raye, and Cherysse gave me an understanding that knowledge and information has to have many custodians or the truth will sim ...
The word INDIAN is INDIA like the INK it means, Black Pigment. See: Webster’s New World Dictionary (Third College Edition, 1988), p.686 .. The status of the descendants of the Moorish Inhabitants of Spain and Portugal on American soil is FREE WHITE PERSONS (natural men and women). This status does not apply to the Caucasian Race, Aryan Race, or Indo-European Races under the Naturalization Act (Amended by Act. July 14, 1879), I Stat.103,c.3 See: Black’s Law Dictionary (Fourth Ed. P. 797) . Circa 711 A.D., The Moors that ruled Moslem Spain and Portugal for centuries were black or dark skinned people. See: Golden Age of the Moors, Edited by Ivan Van Sertima, pgqe 337. . Circa 1503—1517 A.D., An estimated 3,000 Aborigina-American (Moors) were captured from the eastern seaboard of Terra Nova (North America) some of their names are Ali, Melchor, Miguel, Manne, Juan, Pedro, Antonio and Juan-Amarco. A record of that account can be fond in the Slave Books of Seville, Valencia, Catalina Spain. They were ...
There are a lot of historians with a wealth of info Dr Ben jochannan, Ivan Van Sertima, Dr Clark!
They formed by climatological adaptation. I refer u to read on Dr. Ivan Van Sertima or John Henrik Clarke books
Cheikh Anta Diop, Ashwa Kwesi, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima and Dr. Umar Johnson are my influences. Look them up.
Clock Of Destiny Moorish International Order Of The Great Seal Of 360° Moors of The Orient The Japanese, Chinese, Aryans and people of India are Moors Blacks were first in Asia and pioneered Asia's early civilization! The Black role in Asia as elsewhere in the world has been submerged and distorted for centuries. Asia's African roots are well summarized in African Presence in Early Asia by Ivan Van Sertima & Runoko Rashidi, and African Presence in Early China by James Brunson. The original oriental people were moors referred to as Black people in North America, and many of them still are Dark of Hue complexion -- southern China and Asia. The earliest occupants of Asia were 'small ‘Blacks” (at times you may see the work Black in quotes so that you continue to have an idea of whom I’m addressing) (pygmies) who came to the region as early as 50,000 years ago Christian Calendar ( Keep in mind that the Romans added 580 years to the Moorish Calendar, Now tell me, if you defeated or colonized a nation wou ...
Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, (1939-2009) Professor of African American Studies at Rutgers University and visiting professor at Princeton. Once controversial, current DNA research is proving that mankind is rooted in Africa.
BLACK PRESENCE IN THE ANCIENT BRITISH ISLES One of the most under explored topics in the study of ancient history is the black presence in ancient Europe. A black presence can be found in the British Isles as far back as prehistoric times. The Silures were the most ancient inhabitants of Britain. (The Theosophical Path, vol. 3 by Katherine Tingley, California: The New Century Corporation, 1912, pg. 136) The Silures possessed south Wales and western England, and their chief cities were Sariconium, Magna, Gobabeum, and their capital city, Venta. The land of the Silures was only thirty miles from Ireland. That the Silures were black does not need to be questioned. They were described as short in stature, with brown complexions, and black curled hair and dark eyes. In the second century A.D., the Roman historian Pliny described the Britons complexions as “Ethiopian.” (African Presence in Early Europe by Ivan Van Sertima, ed. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 2007, pg. 225) In his book, Memoirs of the ...
John Henrik Clarke, Kwame Ture, Nelson Mandela, Amiri Baraka, Gil Noble, Betty Shabazz, Rosa Parks, Gil Scot-Heron, Ivan Van Sertima, Chancellor Williams, Coretta Scot King, are in the realm of ancestors. Minister Farrakhan is 80, Dr. Ben is in an old folk's home, Assata is still being hunted. So many of our leaders, intellectuals and activists are now dead or in the twilight of their lives. While they can't be replaced, the oppression they challenged and liberation movement they fought in must still continue. Who will stand up and be counted? Who is carrying the torch? Will we allow them to become mere footnotes in history books or will we build from their example? Will Black social and political struggle continue full force or become an ancient relic fossilized in musuems? I for one pledge to continue the noble struggle! The doors of Black liberation are open. Are there any who will come?
"Prior to the Moorish rule of Spain, 99 percent of European people were illiterate. This was not the case in Africa. Africa had many writing scripts prior to the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. There was the Meroitic script, the Hieroglyphic script, the Akan script, the Mende Script, the Vai script, the Afaka script, and many other writing systems. Even the Arabic script was created when Arabia was still completely black. The Arabic script was created by an African man named Abul Aswan." -Dr. Ivan Van Sertima
Many early martyrs & saints of Europe are of African Descent. Check African presence in Early Europe by Ivan Van Sertima
Reading about the Koreysh in the historical periods in the Arabian Peninsula leading up to the life of *inhale* Abu al-Qasim Muhammad ibn Abd Allah ibn al-Muttalib ibn Hashim. Known in Islam as The Prophet Muhammad. "African Presence in Early Asia" by Dr. Runoko Rashidi, co-edited by Dr. Ivan Van Sertima
I had a brief conversation with my cousin Sheryl Pd yesterday and my oldest sister Valerie Valerie Daniels was riding shot gun with her. We were discussing the posts I made on my FB page in relation to twinflame/twinsoul relationships then to topic changed to Jesus... I'm not one to down grade or judge anyone's faith, spiritual or religious belief system. But when I'm told that Jesus leads my life, I ask one simple question... What is the original name of that person? I will allow my divine knowledge to lead me to my following commentary. Unless you have questioned the history or content of your religious faith base, please put that foundation in place before you make a statement about BELIEF before a statement of KNOWING. If you have never studied the literary works of Dr. Henrick Clarke, Dr. Ben Yochannan, Ivan Van Sertima, Cheik Anta Diop, Marimba Ani, Asa Hilliard, Chancellor Williams, Frantz Fanon, Neely Fuller, Professor Griff, Anthony Browder, Kaba Kamene, Dr. Francis Cress-Welsing and so many of o ...
I will not fail Harriet Tubman, John Henrick Clarke, Ivan Van Sertima, Medgar Evers, Queen Tiye, Hatshepsut. I will not fail my ancestors
Chancellor Williams, Ivan Van Sertima, Yosef Ben Jochannan, Assata Shakur, Kwame Ture.if you study black history get to know these names.
Haiti and Africa, Long Before Columbus Haiti always had a special relationship with Africa. Contrary to popular belief, this special relationship did not start with the transatlantic slave trade; it actually started with the honorable trade in gold and agricultural products. According to Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, in They Came Before Columbus: African Presence in Ancient America, Haiti was the first Caribbean country to engage in pre-Columbian trade with Africa, where Africans cultivated the banana crop and established settlements in Haiti. Dr. Van Sertima states that from 1307 to 1312, Abu Bakr III, Emperor of Mali, commissioned West African merchants, the Sarakole, who were also the founders of the ancient empire of Ghana, to establish trading posts in Haiti. In these trading posts, the West African merchants introduced the gold trade and the art of alloying gold with copper and silver to the natives in Haiti. In addition to the gold trade, Van Sertima asserts that by 1462, West Africans and Haitians were .. ...
Attended the Puerto Rican Festival on Sunday and had a blast! But, man, the questions as to where I'm from and the surprise at seeing me at events like this brings out the sarcasm in me. I remember the Cuban Festivals in Echo Park - where I was constantly asked "where you from.you Cuban?" But, Sunday, was something else. I think I heard, "You Rican.no, wow, I'm really surprised to see you here" almost a dozen times. I know my salsa friends meant well, but I also know that my response to them "went over their heads". My response was that "I was probably a matter of hours from being Cuban or Rican or Bahamian or Peruvian, etc." My follow-up retort about my folks being in the rear of the slave ship meant that they were not dropped off into slavery on the shores of many Caribbean Islands. Instead, they were transported to the end of the "slave triangle's" route, South/North Carolina, Georgia, and New York in the 1500's and 1600's. Based on the work of Ivan Van Sertima in his text, "They Came Before Columbus", ...
DARK MATTER PARADIGM | "We have come to reclaim the house of history." - Dr. Ivan Van Sertima. The following video...
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*** I wish Dr. Ivan Van Sertima was still alive sheeesh
Dr Ivan van sertima state that afRu iika was the eygiptian name for motherland.
Ivan Van Sertima on little-known African achievements. Black people came to the Americas before Columbus:
Thank you Runoko Rashidi, Ivan Van Sertima, Yosef Ben-Jochannan, Graham Hancock, and Zecharia Sitchin for supplying me with food for thought
MY TOP 5 AFRICAN HISTORY/RELIGIOUS SCHOLARS: Dr. John Henrik Clark, Dr. Ben Jochannan, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, Dr. Barashango, and Dr. Amos Wilson. Others scholars of notable mention and are also Grand Master Teachers are... Dr. Chancellor Williams, John G. Jackson, Chiek Ante-Diop, and Ashra Kwesi. MY TOP 5 REVOLUTIONARIES/LEADERS: Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X, Dr. Khalid Muhammad, Kwame Ture (a.k.a.Stokely Charmichael), and Steve Cokely. If you dont know these brothas or embrace these brothas then you are lost and elementary in your knowlege and shouldnt even speak but only listen and learn. Not knowing ALL of these people is like not knowing who Muhammad Ali, Mike Tyson, and Michael Jordan is. You are waay out of touch but its ok, i listed them and you can go to youtube and hear their teachings. Just type in their names and hundreds of videos will pop up on just about any topic. Whatever these men say is law and you can take it to the bank. Go forth and learn about the knowledge of self and your ancestors.
All the former historians were teaching you for a reason. John Henrik Clarke, Ivan Van Sertima, Dr Ben and many...
I haven't really posted anything related to Black History Month, but since it's the last day, I'll drop some jewels on y'all. Research these names for self. Mansa Musa, AbuBakari, AbuBakari II, Sunni Ali Ber, Askia Muhammad, Mali Empire, Ancient Timbuktu, History Of Ethiopia, Ivan Van Sertima. There is plenty more, but this is a good start.
It has become clear beyond a shadow of a doubt due to the work of POWERFUL scholars like Dr. Clyde Winters, Dr. Runoko Rashidi, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, Dr. David Imhotep, Dr. Ali Muhammad and many others that the so called Black Man was the First American and is indigenous to the Americas. Black people should call America home. For centuries, those of European descent have dominated America and called it home, however today due to the waning influence of white Supremacy, Asian and Latino immigrants are beginning to move in and dominate economies all over the Americas and everything is falling into their hands. The question is, should Black People be moving to dominate the Americas as the influence of these other groups is rapidly increasing or should we focus on building up and cultivating Africa? PEACE!! -Ptah
Ivan Van Sertima & Horace Butler.. Two Authors you should know.
Wow, would hav loved to be a student in the class of greats like Diop, Ivan van Sertima, Dr Ben etc.
Movie was dope, but now hes an expert?.. Go read some Ivan van Sertima or Dr Ben Jochanon then holla
Golden Age of the Moor edited by Ivan Van Sertima[This is why We need god chaste Holy Moslems .]HTP>
There was once a time when European diplomats would walk into our temples and castles and beg to kiss the feet of our African queens. If they came within a 6 feet circumference of our queens they would be swiftly eliminated. Paraphrased from Dr. Ivan Van Sertima's Black Women of Antiquity. That doesn't sound like a B itch or a W hore. That is a queen, a Goddess. What happened? How did we fall? -Ptah
Greetings. The book 'The Golden Age of the Moor' by Ivan Van Sertima (Editor) is a good starting point on the Moors.
I came to be miseducation about my heritage, now I use what I know to teach myself the truth, I am my own university- Dr. Ivan Van Sertima
Read "They Came Before Columbus" by Ivan Van Sertima. Africans sailed to America & knew the earth was round before Columbus got lost here.
Required read!!! Anything by Ivan Van Sertima is a must Pic share
The next issue of JPAS (more specifically) in-part will feature a tribute to African centered pianist, composer and lecturer Randy Weston, a February 20, 2012 interview with Randy Weston by Amy Goodman; a paper that argues that an emphasized down beat commonly referred to in Western music as “one” has a perplexing representation in Ghanaian music; a paper on the resistance to repression in African American visual representation; an article that explores the works of writers Paulo Colina, Salgado Maranhão, and Márcio Barbosa to suggest a comparative commonality within the trope of “interfacial archetypes”; and the testimony of Ivan Van Sertima (1935-2009) held in 1987 before the U.S. Congress to discuss the Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Jubilee Act (presented in memory of Mervyn M. Dymally).
Brian Smith To know the enemy is larger than you think, more formidable, makes you go back and build a bigger arsenal. ~Ivan Van Sertima
"Christopher Columbus landed in a place with three hills, which reminded him of the Trinity so he called it Trinidad"- Dr. Ivan Van Sertima
"They Came before Columbus The African Presence in Ancient America" by Ivan Van Sertima or "The Willie Lynch letter"
Like it is Special. *** Nobel hosts three Africans that have made tremendous contributions to liberating the minds of Africans. Dr. Ben, Ivan Van Sertima, a...
White people did not bring civilization to the Americas, nor did Black history begin with slavery. Runoko Rashidi is a world class historian. He will be making a historical tribute to Dr. Ivan Van Sertima and examining the early African presence in the Americas – before Columbus – in downtown Oaklan...
Well, I am done with my morning soapbox about President Obama and Governor Mitt Romney. I am going to do my laundry because I am not doing it tomorrow nor over the Columbus Day weekend. I am doing it that the Family Dollar crowd is not really around and the ones who work are not around. While people are watching either Kathie Lee and Hota, Kelly and Michael, or Maury and his ghetto and trailer park crew, I will be pre-washing, washing, soaking, rinsing, and drying my funky and smelly laundry. I will be reading THEY CAME BEFORE COLUMBUS by the late Dr. Ivan Van Sertima in honor of the Olmec, West African, Incan, Mayan, Aztec and other Pre-Colombian and MesoAmerican cultures before 1492 while being in the laundry.
Lecture given by Dr Ivan Van Sertima discussing African history. Transferred from VHS so quality is not the best. Recorded in 1986 at Camden Town Hall, Londo...
in that case.. I still feel Ivan Van Sertima, Mr.Diop & Carter G Woodson should be required reading at this school..
Ivan Van Sertima,his facts were played as racist and without foundation because it was true. An ignorant person will ask me who this hero is instead of finding out themselves-Big up to him and Thabo Mbeki
What’s funny about their usage of the late Chancellor William’s Destruction of African Civilization , page 91 of Golden Age of the Moor by Ivan Van Sertima, in the footnotes makes reference to page 221 of Chancellor’s book who confirms the true identity of the co-called “Blacks” as Moors, as well as them being the same people as the Egyptians. He says, “Now, again, just who were the Moors? The answer is very easy. The original Moors, like the original Egyptians, were Black Africans. As amalgamation became more and more widespread, only Berbers, Arabs and Coloureds in the Moroccan territories were called Moors while the darkest and black-skinned Africans were called “Black-a-Moors.” Eventually, “black” was dropped from “Blackamoor.” In North Africa, and Morocco in particular, all Muslim Arabs, Mixed breeds and Berbers are readily regarded as Moors. The African Blacks, having had even this name taken from them, MUST CONTEND FOR RECOGNITION AS MOORS” (see footnote below)
This video is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Ivan Van Sertima who made is transition on May 25th, 2009. A celebrated classic, They Came Before Columbus, deal...
I got my new book today called THEY CAME BEFORE COLUMBUS...And it's telling me the Black people *** found America not the Natives...The book is by Ivan Van Sertima...
I have found out that Black Women played a key role in Ancient African History that has been covered up for thousands of years. What’s up with that? African Women of Antiquity by Ivan Van Sertima and Vivians Hunters, “Ancient African God and Goddess of the Diapora Unveiled Part I and Part II.” are awesome. It took Vivian Hunter Drew 29 years to put her book together and this sister was not playing with it!
BOOKS TO READ Art of War by Sun Tzu The *** that Sat by the Door They Came Before Columbus by Dr. Ivan Van Sertima Isis Papers by Francis Cress Welsing Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert K. Acres of Diamonds The Richest Man in Babylon Secret Teaching of All Ages by Manly P. Hall Mis-education of the *** by Dr. Carter G. Woodson
The works of Ivan Van Sertima, Barry Fell and Alexander Von Wuthenau have shown that there was a significant Muslim presence in the early Americas. Pre- and post-Colombian Muslims.
One of the first regions settled by ancient Africans for thosands of years before Columbus is the Choco Region of Colombia. In fact, in certain areas, such as San Agustin, one will see monuments with Negroid featured sculpture holding African shamanistic objects identical to those used by the ancient Oni or Priest-Kings of Nigeria (see the Essay, "African Civilizations of America." Choco was one of the primary areas of Portugese and Spanish slave-raiding before Columbus' official trip to the Americas. The slaves were Africans who had been living on the coast of Colombia for hundreds of years before the arrival of the Europeans to the New World. In fact, some of the very first African slaves to reach North America were Africans captured on the Coast of South America by the Spaniards and Dutch, then sold to North America (the U.S.) (See the writings of Peter Matyr, Balboa, Ivan Van Sertima); see also the world-famous book, "A History of the African-Olmecs, pub. by 1stbooks Library, 2595 Vernal Pike, Bloomin ...
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