Destruction of Black Civilization

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This is a VERY informative book that takes you through the history of the various dynasties and transitions of power between the races It sheds light on the luxurious lifestyle that black peoplepeople of color and their mixed progeny enjoyed for so many years before their demise It also describes how the life of the Egyptian lived many years ago and how the lightening and darkening of the races came about It is so very interesting that anyone can and will enjoy learning from it This is a brilliant book I love reading Chancellor Williams The Destruction of Black Civilization provides the blue print and the analysis from which the African Diaspora may reach and find the strength for positive self development The book employs the use of focussing on great civilizations as an impetus for returning to pride in the African culture I am using this book in my Africa American History class because African American students must realize the brilliant and intellectual structures from which their heritage eminate I am going to say about this wonderful book Books like this are not historical Cool if you want to feel good And considering the terrible condition of African people some just want answers outside of facts then this book will fill your socks But you have to ask yourself seriously now is that all you want This is the age of plurality of knowledge It rejects egocentric universalism and exclusivism in the study of historyIn our age we need to demonstrates that the methodology and tools that we employ are above those the colonialist used to describe us It is fitting and reactionary for authors to make into myth the history of Africa but that does not take us closer to the truth The issue of race us and them is a modern problem created with the Atlantic slave trade It is certainly not 4500 BC which is a ridiculous conspiracy theory The Title along should raise a massive red flag Destroyed by who? Sounds like Africa plays the victim again Also there was no black civilization in antiuity and certainly no concept of black race to be destroyed And someone else mentioned this habit of lumping people of Africa into a slave name black Axum did not agree to be part of the black race with Nubia Nor did Songhai with the empires it conuered Worse still and related the GREAT ISSUE OF RACE is a modern issue not a historical issue Ancient Greeks did not hold the same race views as modern Americans Actually it would have been the Very Ancient Egyptians who distinguished themselves against the people this book calls black And so did the Ethiopians even til this dayThe thesis is suspect because all civilizations rise and fall and Africa had its time in the Sun Moreover Many agents lead to the demise of African civilizations It cannot be explained to suit modern politics and emotion Threading facts together and explaining them away is not history Books like this may have empowered many because our situation is so dire But do we understand ourselves better? Now we have to go deeper and really start readingToday we have DNA deep history serious scholarship on the ruins of old It is sad that people will rest on this kind of therapy If it got you to search for Africa then it has done all it can do do not let the uest die with this kind of material ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS; WOWNOW LETS GET TO WORK Though a historian by trade this work is actually accurately described as a treatise on Africana Social Theory AST It is an important work for anyone studying AST or Afrocentric thought As a work of AST it lays out a very important analysis of what the author calls African constitutional democracy and the role adherence to and movement away from this central politico economic discourse has played in strengthening and weakening African civilization throughout its history As a work of Afrocentric thought it poses the socially constructed reality of race as the central problem of black survival in the face of genocide and neocolonialism both contemporaneously and historically It problematizes Islam and its role in the Arab oppression of black people but gives Christianity and to a lesser extent Judaism somewhat of a pass while backhandedly acknowledging that much race based violence was done in the name of the former of the latter two Christianity He also drapes a not clearly warranted monotheistic veil over the history of African spirituality This is than likely because of the author's own stated religious orientation The work also discuses the unusual level of disunity among African peoples historically and its role in internally weakening the defense of African peoples against external colonizers While the book is important for the reasons outlined its weak in its treatment of internal structures of dominance such as patriarchy only making token references to black matrilineality and says nothing at all about heterosexism and its role in African civilization The author in these ways and others even subtle fetisheizes civilization as a social form as opposed to examining it as one form among many in a disinterested and less teleological way His social change ideas are unoriginal and not very comprehensive yet still somewhat extensive Overall this work remains valuable Book contains many historical inaccuracies and seems to be written with emotion than factual evidence The book has some interesting points nevertheless A history of the war against the African people The most important book you will ever read Was hoping here to find a counter balanced Afrocentric antidote to Euro focused studies on the continent and while Williams certainly offers that point of view his attempts to condense 6500 years worth of events into a simplistic narrative involving nefarious forces continually seeking to destroy black excellence make for a clumsy and amateurish take on complex history The huge span of time covered should have been a tip off and while I’m inclined to get on board with the idea that racial animus and notions of white superiority have fueled aggressions withinagainst Africa all throughout time Williams’ approach to this isn’t rigorous enough to sustain all the claims he’s making with most sections glossing over the complexities of intra continental politics rather than exploring how they influenced and were influenced by such discrimination His generalizations and general habit of viewing ancient societies through a modern lens assuming a solidified black stand against Arab invaders as if BC era Africans were imbued with black power rhetoric reduces the effect of his analysis while making it harder to trust even the sections where it seems like he’s presenting a less biased summary of events Outdated of course but very interesting historically the perspective a strong voice in the then developing field of black studies that came out of the cultural revolution of the 60s 70s I'm not familiar enough with the particularities of ancient African history to have any comment on factual accuracy Lump summing all the different African peoples under the label of black vs eurasian whites was annoying A particularly interesting point was made about the hemming in of Africans off of the coastal lands control of access of intercontinental market exchange sort of a la Jared Diamond Guns Germs Steel It took me a while to get through this wonderfully written work I particularly like the story of Ann Nzinga and her stuggle against the Portuguese; very inspiring historical figure I dont wanna say too much without spoiling the reading The strategies used to conuer parts of the African nation by the europeans and the Arab invaders were interesting and diabolical; to be able to turn a people against themselves without ever having to step on the battlefieldThe book ends with a plan that includes economic and social remedies which I believe is a start The constant theme throughout this book is the culture's lack of unity and the ability of other culture ability to use that against usFor me I would have liked to see a plan to keep young black men out of prison I would also like to see some type of program to educate and rehabilitate the lost and desparate criminal mind; this where I would start A few other points for stronger unity would be to promote stronger marriages early chilhood development and maybe better community centers that work with the school system and parents At any rate this book is a must read if one is interested in the history and improvement of the blackafrican american culture In my opinion it was very thought provoking