By John Henrik Clarke
Initially released by way of A & B Books, Brooklyn, long island.
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We can't have war between men and women because no people can be free if one half of the mind of the people is tied up in conflict. It's going to have to be both of us, or none of us. We're going to have to find some unity that stretches across ideology lines, cultural lines, accent lines and national lines. We're hung up with so many off-beat religions-none of which we createdwe're cutting each other to pieces, deserting each other, destroying each other based on ideologies of no consequence to us as a people.
Yesterday a canoe came alongSIde the ship, with six youths in it. Five came on board and I ordered them to be detained. They are now here. I a£terward~ sent to a house on the western side of the river, and seized seven women, old and young, and three children. " 66 THE FORCED MIGRATION The following comment is taken from a speech, lilt's Time We Our History," by David R. Stiddem at the first celebraof African American Culture and History at Stratford High, Tennessee and published in CALC Report, March 1990, "When we begin to rethink our history, ~e understand why history books were wrong.
Slavery and the slave trade was the first international investment in capital. It was the first large-scale investment that was intercontinental. Many Europeans invested in ships and in the goods and services taken from these African countries and became independently wealthy. But the slave revolts continued. By the end of the seventeenth century, the picture of slavery began to change drastically. Economic necessity, not racial prejudice, originally directed the African slave trade to the New World.
Christopher Columbus and the Afrikan Holocaust: Slavery and the Rise of European Capitalism by John Henrik Clarke