Top List Books
Writers talk about African greatness and the timeline of our diaspora. Learn about raising awareness. Take a journey through personal experiences from then and now.
When We Ruled | Robin Walker
Depicts the 'black history': the emergence of civilization in the Nile Valley, the greatness of Kemet (later Egypt) and the empires of West Africa.
The African Origin of Civilization | Cheikh Anta Diop
This book presents historical, archaeological, and anthropological evidence for the uncontested findings that Kemet, later Egypt, was the world's first civilization.
Gezegend en Vervloekt | Djehuti-Ankh-Kheru
A history of greater Africa. From the cradle of civilization to the third millennium. How and why Africa's contribution has been falsified and concealed.
Roofstaat | Ewald van Vugt
What every Dutch person should know. Interesting, radical rewriting of Dutch history and the Dutch role in slavery.
Wij Slaven van Suriname | Anton de Kom
The book is a literary masterpiece, personal and general historiography as well as a fierce indictment of racism and exploitation.
Hoe Diep Zit De Pijn? | Sanne van der Most
What has 150 years of abolition of slavery brought us? Personal stories of Afro-Dutch people about emigration, living in the Netherlands and their commitment to the community.
Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome | Joy DeGruy
The psychological and emotional impact on Africans in the diaspora, after the horrific crossing and more than 500 years of slavery, colonialism and all forms of oppression.
A Companion to African Philosophy | Kwasi Wiredu
A comprehensive overview of African philosophy. The traditions and culture through the ages. Precolonial African philosophy and contemporary political thought.