Title: Who IZ the Boulé?: The History of America's First Black Fraternity and the Derailment Toward Afrikan Self-Reliance
Written by M'Bwebe Ishangi
Paperback, 6 x 9 inches 282 pages
This book is a cumulation of over 20 years research that started with the question, "how far back does systemic global white supremacy go and more importantly, how have they been able to sustain it?"
These two loaded questions sparked the origin of my journey that hit home when I zeroed in on “how” they sustained it. I learned to succeed, there had to be a vigilant effort to control the minds of Black folk.
‘Who IZ the Boulé?’, an extension of George G.M. James', 'Stolen Legacy', is an in-depth look at the next level of systemic racism created post the emancipation of slavery, complete with a ‘who’s who’ of those involved and why it was necessary to also create black organizations that identified with western culture and philosophy instead of Afrikan, tracing back to the origin of our oldest and most prestigious black organizations like the NAACP, Urban League, Jack & Jill, HBCUs, and Fraternities and Sororities.
Available in Paperback ($20USD), eBook ($17), Digital PDF ($15), and Audiobook (Pre-Order $15, release May 1st)
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