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Synopsis: In sharp refreshing contrast to the punch drunk propaganda hurled against Africa and its offspring, Kasala Kamara has authored a cultural literary showpiece of Africa and all of its glory. This comprehensive compendium clarifies the call to acknowledge Diaspora interconnection and the need for unification. Sene Press is to be commended for dedicating resources to this much needed work. Kamara selects the best in literary quotes/references on Africa to soundly defeat confusing religious/political dogma/indoctrination. He sites the great works of Dr. Yosef ben-Jochannan, George G. M. James, Steven Biko, Dr. John Henrik Clarke, Amos Wilson, and many others. The reader need not worry about cross references since this modest book of 133 pages has over 100 references of African and non-African reputable scholars. This African literary gem though highly concentrated is an extremely smooth flowing and well compartmentalized read suited for classrooms or independent researchers alike. Its reader-friendly format makes for an excellent introductory book on Africa by covering such diverse subjects as law, politics, science, and cultural customs to name a few. After reading this book readers will insist that the greatest international monetary debt and homage is owed to Africa. Kamara states and proves that "Africa is rightfully known as the birthplace of humanity, the cradle of civilization." The "Re-emergence of Africa as a world power" as Kamara boldly affirms is sure to follow.
About the Author: Kasala Kamara is a political scientist, lecturer, educator, journalist, consultant, and graduate of the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine (BSc in Government; post-graduate Diploma in International Relations; MSc in International Relations) He visited the continent of Africa in 1983 as the official delegate of Trinidad and Tobago in a conference hosted by the International Organisation of Journalists (IOJ) in Luanda, Angola. He was one of the presenters in the conference “The African from the Golden Ages to the Challenge of the 21st Century” in 1987 hosted by the Caribbean Institute of Race Relations and the Caribbean Institute of Justice in commemoration of Emancipation. His latest work is the product of the radio series “A Tribute to African Civilization” which he produced and narrated in his capacity as the Director of the Caribbean Institute of Regional Affairs and International Relations. Kamara is currently a Lecturer in Advanced Level History and Economics at the Southern Community College in San Fernando. He is also the Principal of the Sando Educational Workshop, a school he founded in 1990.
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