Front cover: Understanding the African Philosophical Concept Behind The ” Diagram of the Law of. Understanding the Africa ” – Yosef ben-Jochannan. $ Professor Yosef Ben Jochannan is an Egyptologist. Having taught at Cornell University for over 15 years, Dr. Ben, as he is affectionately known, has lectured. From Afrikan Captives to Insane Slaves: The Need for Afrikan History in Solving the “Black” Mental Health Crisis in “America” and the World. Yosef A.A. Ben-.
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The Need for a Black Bible by: He has been accused of distorting history, and, since his work contradicts the prevailing view of Egyptian and African history, it is, therefore, controversial. Native Sun Publishers, Inc.
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Those close to him said he had stopped eating and drinking several days earlier, as his metabolism slowly churned down. African-American professor Clarence E.
Yosef A.A. Ben-Jochannan (Author of Black Man of the Nile and His Family)
The Need for a Black Bible Mar 01, Harlem’s Higher Education Volunteers”. Retrieved June 30, Mary Lefkowitz, Not Out of Africa: He attended schools in Brazil, Spain, Puerto Rico, and Jochqnnan and earned degrees in engineering and anthropology.
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Beh Ben-Jochannan is an Afrocentric historian whose work is focused mainly on black presence in ancient Egypt. Are you an author? African origins of the major “Western religions” African-American heritage series.
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