critical acclaim for the first edition


Whats New

"Out of Darkness" documentary is now available at the Aframerican Book Store! Out of Darkness tells the untold history of African people and the African cultural contributions to the world. Features Dr. Joy Degruy, Sabir Bey,  Professor James Small, Taj Tarik Bey, Kaba Kamene, Dr. Claud Anderson, Dr. Umar Johnson, Anthony & Atlantis Browder,Tim Wise and others. Also "Hidden Colors " 1, 2, 3, and 4 films are now  available.  1804 - The hidden history of Haiti -, is a documentary film about the untold history of the Haitian Revolution.  





Current News

"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.

"When We Ruled", by Robin Walker.  A landmark publication superbly illustrated while examining the nature of what we call "Black history". Probably the broadest single

survey of early African humanity and civilizations yet compiled by a scholar of African descent!

Recent Events

The 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!  The Aframerican Book Store now stocks titles  First Word (knowledge wisdom/mental liberation) by Kwaku Person-Lynn, Distorted Truths (the bastardization of Afrikan cosmology) by Damani Agyekum, and When We Ruled by Robin Walker.

Mondo's poetry reflects the sorrow, the sadness, and the pain of the black experience, which has long been associated with overcoming oppression and suffering within the context of the American experience, and, as Mondo would state it:  at the hands of white Europeans. Yet, Mondo reminds his readers of the need for African consciousness, and this is a theme that dominates the message of this poet. His life has been a series of struggles, and the search for self-awareness, based on Pan-Africanism, African consciousness, and the tradition of black American protest, cultural awareness, and vision.represented in his body of poetic creations.

Julius E. Thompson (deceased)
Director, Black Studies Program and Professor of
of Missouri, Columbia

Mondo . . . uses voices ranging from rap to an African demotic to a highly polished American Standard English reminiscent of Langston Hughes.

Mondo’s Black Panther carries us to a heart of darkness that is still our Nebraska, our America. He challenges us to demand “liberty and justice for all.”

FRAN KAYE / For the Lincoln Journal Star
English and
Great Plains Studies Teacher
 University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

The years of confinement have not dulled Langa's sharp observations on life in
America for the descendents of African slaves and the predations of the dominant culture.  The Black Panther is an African Cat is not an easy book to read, the angst is palpable and permeates the text while the wisdom goes deep.

Michael Richardson
Freelance writer an political consultant