The Pan African thought leader series

“To control a people you must first control what they think about themselves and how they regard their history and culture. And when your conqueror makes you ashamed of your culture and your history, he needs no prison walls and no chains to hold you.” 

John Henrik Clarke 

This series marks the beginning in identifying thought leaders in the school of Pan African studies as well as their contributions to the field. The aim of this series is to just profile the leaders and for the readers to take it upon themselves to inquire and read more about each individual. In the self explorations of each thought leader then will the perception of our culture and in history be changed by the actions we take to build #TheAfricaWeWant 

Introducing John Henrik Clarke:

AWN Day Heros John Henry Clark

 

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We are Pan African writers. We write about the livelihood of the “Black man” in an anti-black society

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