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      📚 *Abibifahodie Adesuabea Book Drive*📚

      We've started an Abibifahodie Adesuabea wish list of books on amazon for our book drive. The list is on amazon but they *Do Not* need to be purchased from there! *Please Help support the creation of a library for our youth & the community in the following ways:*

      💵 *Buy a book!*The books can be purchased online preferably from a Black owned online store or off line. If in the U.S., the online purchase will be shipped to the pre-selected address, where all books will be collected and shipped in a barrel to Ghana.

      If in Ghana, go to a book store such as EPP Books and purchase any book by an African author that is positive and/or informative. If you want to mail a book and need the shipping address send an email to: [email protected]

      ✊🏿 *Make a Donation!* If you are in Ghana & want to donate to our book drive with a monetary donation send via Mtn mobile money to 0545028875.

      Outside of Ghana? Go to: abibitumikasa.com, click the donate button and indicate in the notes section: " Donation for Abibifahodie Book Drive".

      📘 *Suggest a book!*
      If anyone wants me to add book titles to our list please check the list, make sure your suggested title is not already added, and then send me a link to the suggested book or just send title, author, ISBN number to [email protected]

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      - be an advocate for Afrika
      - be a mother who does whatever is necessary to protect her child
      - teach
      - be a healer
      - represent the continuity of Afrikan people
      - represent the stability of the Afrikan family
      - maintain and pass on Afrikan culture
      - organize and direct the Afrikan market, enabling our people to understand thespirit of economic exchange and distribution of our resources
      - be a scientist of the sacred
      - be an intellectual
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      Other wish list books:
      *Wellness Suggested Reading List..."*🌍📚🇬🇭

      "Spectacle: The Astonishing Life of Ota Benga",
      Pamela Newkirk

      "Genocide In Nigeria";
      "A Forest of Flowers";
      "A Month and A Day";
      "Africa Kills Her Sun";
      "God's Spies: Stories In "Defiance of Oporessiin";
      "Silence Would Be Treason";
      "The Singing Anthills",
      Ken Saro-Wiwa

      "How To Write About Africa",
      Binyavanga Wainaina

      "Rocks Of Ages", Ras Ben

      "King Leopold Siliqouy",
      Mark Twain

      "Barbados: The First Israel",
      Lionel Hutchinson

      "Collective Courage: A History of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice",
      Jessica Gordon Nembhard

      "Inventing Shame",
      Steven Selden

      "Congo and the Black Man's Burden",
      E.D. Burel

      "The Passing of the Great Race: Or The Racial Basis of European History",
      Madison Grant


      *Children's Books*
      "The Three Little Pigs";
      "Sleeping Beauty";
      "Ebonita and the Seven Boyz";
      "Chocolate Cupcake";
      "Mother Goose nursery rhymes";
      "Ringo the Raccoon";
      "Rapunzel";
      "The Little Mermaid";
      "Mgambo and the Tigers";
      "Winston-Derek's Traditional Fairy Tales";
      "The Symbols of Kwanzaa";
      "Afrotina and the Three Bears";
      "Three Kings and a Star";
      "Pedro's Patio";
      "Hakim and Grenita";
      "Rumpelstiltskin",
      Fred Crump, Jr.

      "I Lost My Teeth In Africa",
      Penda & Baba Wague Diakita

      "My Painted House, My Friendly Chicken and Me",
      Maya Angelou & Margaret Courtney-Clarke

      "Galimoto",
      Karen Lynn Williams & Catherine Stock

      "The Butter Man",
      Elizabeth & Ali Alalou, Julie Klear Essakalli

      "Nana Panya's Pancakes",
      Mary & Rich Chamberlain, Julia Cairns

      "Boundless Grace",
      Mary Hoffman & Caroline Binch

      "What's Cooking, Jamela?",
      Nilki Daly

      "Beatrice's Goat",
      Page McBrier & Lori Lohstoeter

      "Planting The Trees of Kenya: The Story of Wangari Maatihai",
      Claire Nivola

      "My Rows and Piles of Coins",
      Tolowa Mollel & E.B. Lewis

      "Nii Kwei's Day: From Dawn to Dusk In A Ghanaian City",
      Francis Provencal & Catherine McNamara

      "The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind",
      William Kamkwamba

      "The Water Princess",
      Susan Verde

      "A Is For Africa",
      Ifeoma Onyefulu

      "Handa's Hen",
      Eileen Browne

      "Wangari' s Trees of Peace",
      Jeanette Winter

      --See link below for list of top 100 books for African American Children--

      https:// aalbc.com/books/children-list.php
      *end Children's Books*


      "Philosophy and Opinions of Kwame Nkrumah",
      Kofi Yeboah Tuafo

      "Chosen to Heal",
      Dr. B. Kofi Asare

      "The Rising Ride of Color",
      Lothrop Stoddard

      "Revolutionary Pedagogy";
      "The Egyptian Philosophers";
      "We Will Tell Our Own Story",
      "The History of Africa: The Quest for Eternal Harmony",
      Molefi K. Asante

      "Lies My Teacher Told Me", James W. Lowman

      "African American Psychology: From Africa to America",
      Faye Belgrave & Kevin W. Allison

      "Map of Africa by Treaty", Sir Edward Hertzlett

      "Met Neter" (vols. 1-7);
      Ra Un Nefer Amen

      "No Lye!": The African-American Woman's Guide to Natural Hair Care",
      Tulani Kinard

      "The Berlin Conference", J. Scott-Keltie

      "Heal Thyself";
      "Sacred Woman",
      Queen Afua

      "The Trouble With Nigeria";
      "Things Fall Apart";
      "No Longer At Ease";
      "Girls At War";
      "Anthills of the Savannah";
      "A Man of the People",
      Chinua Acheba

      "The Diaries of Roger Caseman",
      Roger Caseman

      "Pan Africanism: The Idea and Movement 1776-1063",
      P. Olisanwuche Esedebe

      "The Healing Wisdom of Africa",
      Malidima Patrice Some

      "African-Black Psychology In the American Context: An African-Centered Approach ",
      Kobi K. Kambon

      "Confessions Of An Economic Hit Man", John Perkins

      "The Conspiracy To Destroy Black Boys, vols. 1-4;
      "Countering the Conspiracy To Destroy Black Boys",
      Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu

      "African Holistic Health";
      "Per Ankh";
      "Health Dictionaries";
      "Holistic Self Diagnosis";
      "Melanin";
      "Pills For iLLs That Can Kill",
      Dr. Llaila Africa

      "Powernomics";
      "Dirty Little Secrets About Black History";
      "Black Labor, White Wealth",
      Dr. Claude Anderson

      "The Kemetic Diet";
      "Egyptian Yoga";
      "Sacred Sexuality";
      "MAAT Philosophy";
      "The Kemetic Tree of Life";
      "Glorious Light Meditation";
      "Healing The Criminal Heart",
      Dr. Muatta Ashby

      "In The Matter of Color", A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr.

      "Drugs Masquerading As Foods";
      "Blacked Out Through White Wash";
      "Rethroning Creation's Great Black Mama & the Black Woman",
      Suzar

      "African Philosophy: The Pharonuc Period";
      "African Philosophy In World History";
      "Readings In Precolonial Africa: Texts and Documents",
      Theophile Obenga

      "How Europe Under Developed Africa", Walter Rodney

      "Awakening The Genius of the Black Child";
      "Blueprint For Black Power";
      "The Falsification of African Consciousness",
      Dr. Amos N. Wilson

      "The Pale Fox", M. Griaule & G. Dieterlen

      "Survival Strategies For Africans In America";
      "Egypt On The Potomic";
      "Nile Valley Contributions to Civilization",
      Dr. Tony Browder

      "Stolen Legacy", George G.M. James

      "The New Jim Crowe", Michelle Alexander

      "Black Inventors",
      Keith C. Holmes

      "Yorugu: An African Centered Critique of European Thought";
      "Let The Circle Be Unbroken",
      Marimba Ani

      "Destruction of Black Civilization", Chancellor Williams

      "African Origins of Biological Psychiatry", Dr. Richard M. King

      "Ancient Egyptians & Chinese In America", R. Jairazbhay

      "Why Darkness Matters: The Power of Melanin In the Brain",
      Drs. Ann Brown, Richard King, Tim Moore & Edward Bruce Bynum

      "The Maroon Within Us";
      "The Teachings of Ptah Hotep";
      "SBA: Reawakening of the African Mind";
      "African Power: Reaffirming African Indigenous Socialization in the Face of the Culture Wars",
      Asa G. Hilliard, III

      "Africa and the Discovery of America", Leo Weiner

      "World's Great Men of Color", J.A. Rogers

      "Unexpected Faces", Aka Von Wythenzay

      "African American Inventors",
      Otha Richard Sullivan & Jim Haskins

      "Book of Black Heroes: Scientists, Healers and Inventors ",
      Wade Hudson

      "Capitalism And Slavery", Eric Williams

      "Before The Mayflower", Lerone Bennett

      "African Glory", J. C. deGraff-Johnson

      "Slave Trade & Slavery", J. A. Clarke & Vincent Harding

      "The Role of the Missionary In Conquest", Wallace G. Mills

      "Black Man of the Nile & Family", Yosef Ben Jochannan

      "African Counts", Claudia Zaslavsky

      "African Origins of Civilization", Cheik Anta Diop

      "Papers In African Psychology";
      "Know Thyself"
      "Breaking The Chains of Psychological Slavery";
      "The Community of Self"
      Na'im Akbar

      "Intellectual Warfare";
      "The Irritated Genie", Jacob Carruthers

      "Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Cushite Empire", Drusilla Dunjee Houston

      "Medical Apartheid";
      "Deadly Monopolies",
      Harriet A. Washington

      "Great African Thinkers";
      "They Came Before Columbus";
      Journal of African Civilizations, vols. 1-3;
      "The Golden Age of the Moor"
      Ivan Van Sertima

      "Spiritual Warriors & Healers", Mfundishi

      "Two Thousand Seasons",
      "The Healers"
      "Osirus Rising"
      Ayi Kwei Armah

      "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks",
      Rebecca Skloot

      "Poems By Me!" (books 1-3;
      "Drug Worn"
      "4 Chairs: A Diasporan's Real-Talk Memoir";
      "Names For Animals" (books 1-4);
      "Profound Proverbs" (books 1& 2);,
      "The Little Book of Decolonization",
      Carnita Groves

      "Diary Of A Failure: The Art of Failing Your Way To Success",
      Eric McNeal

      "Africa: destroyed by the gods";
      "Africa: it shall be well";
      "18 African Fables and Moonlight Stories";
      "Ghana: Basic Facts & More",
      Femi Alaye

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      To Be AnAfrikan Woman is to:

      - be life affirming
      - be in partnership with an Afrikan man
      - be a political organizer
      - function as part of a collective
      - exert influence
      - speak for the Ancestors
      - be an advocate for Afrika
      - be a mother who does whatever is necessary to protect her child
      - teach
      - be a healer
      - represent the continuity of Afrikan people
      - represent the stability of the Afrikan family
      - maintain and pass on Afrikan culture
      - organize and direct the Afrikan market, enabling our people to understand thespirit of economic exchange and distribution of our resources
      - be a scientist of the sacred
      - be an intellectual
      - be Divine
      Quote By Marimba Ani

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      I will donate.

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      @Tenkamenin, @Kala Kambon bɛkyerɛ wo kwan a wotumi de mane.

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      "African champions must break the chain that links African ideas to European ones and listen to the voice of the ancestors without European interpreters."
      -Jacob Carruthers, "Mdw Ntr"

      Ma ku Mbôngi, ka matômbulawanga za ko.
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