Hidden Colors 2, the most anticipated documentary film of the year! Hidden Colors 2 is the followup to the critically acclaimed 2011 documentary, Hidden Colors: A Tariq Nasheed film about the untold history of people of Aboriginal, Moor & African descent. Featuring: Shahrazed Ali, Sabir Bey, Dr. Booker T. Coleman, Umar Johnson, Dr. Phil Valentine, Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, and Tariq Nasheed. (2011) Color, approximately 109 minutes. Hidden Colors 2 expands into topics such as The Global African presence, The science of melanin, The truth about the prison industrial complex, How thriving black economic communities were undermined in America, and the hidden truth about Native Americans. Hidden Colors 2 features Michelle Alexander, Tony Browder, Booker T. Coleman, Umar Johnson, KRS-One, Runoko Rashidi, James Small, Phil Valentine, and Tariq Nasheed. (2012) Color, approximately 2 hours, 32 minutes. Both films are available at the Aframerican Bookstore!
"We Ain't No Niggas!", by N. Quamere Cincere. Exposing the deception of your world history education. A must read for every African American! (2008), 179 pages.
"Slaves with Swag", by Daryl T. Himmon. Learn about the Negroes your history teacher forgot to mention. Discover the 1790 U.S. Census shows there were almost
a half million Free Negroes in the United States of America before the Emancipation Proclamation and the ratification of the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
(2012), 150 pages.
Recent EventsThe second edition (March 2012) of "The Black Panther is an African Cat" is now available from the Aframerican Bookstore. This is a collection of poems of exploration and testimony written by Wopashitwe Mondo Eyen we Langa (formerly David Rice) and published by the House of August Press. Read about Mondo here on this website!
Aframerican Bookstore is a wholly owned independent African-American enterprise established in 1990. We can help you discover works by emerging authors as well as older favorites. Check with us for books written from African centered perspectives. The purpose of this website is to promote the distribution of literary works that are uplifting to the spirit and to the community. In particular, this website is committed to the distribution of a book of poetry titled THE BLACK PANTHER IS AN AFRICAN CAT by Wopashitwe Mondo Eyen we Langa [formerly, David Rice]. The book was published in February, 2006 by House of August Press in Van Nuys, California USA and is distributed by Aframerican Bookstore. THE BLACK PANTHER IS AN AFRICAN CAT is a powerful collection of revolutionary poems, raps and pictorial assemblages by the leading author of the genre. Mondo's status as a political prisoner since 1970 and a community activist involved in the struggle for freedom and justice, provides him with a unique perspective on the African American experience in America. Mondo is an accomplished author, essayist, playwright, artist and sculptor. Aframerican Bookstore is located at 3226 Lake Street in Omaha, Nebraska USA and may be reached at 402-455-9200. The website provides the visitor with the opportunity to purchase books on-line using PayPal to order using a credit card or a PayPal account, as well as the option of using an order form that may be printed out and mailed. You do not need to have a PayPal account to order books using this website.