PanAfrikanism is nothing without connections
Listed on this page are links to like-minded organizations our visitors should find useful. ​They represent an eclectic mix but share in common a panafrican sense of belonging and responsibility: that we are not limited by our plantations, be they local, national or continental, but embrace all people of African descent as kin and exhibit this ideology imperative by their thoughts, words and deeds. Thus, IF YOU LIKE US YOU WOULD LIKE THEM !!

Think Africa
think africa

Black Loyalists:
Black Loyalist Heritage Society


Molefi Asante:

Diop Institute:

PLO Lumumba Foundation:

Afrikan Holocaust  Remembrance:

Sickle Cell Disease:

Dr. James Small 

UNIA Jamaica:

Universal Hip-Hop Parade: 


Afrikan Family-Oriented Orphanage 
House of Caring Sierra Leone

Afrocentricity International

​The Talking Drum

Nana Camille Yarbrough: Writer, educator, lecturer. Cultural Icon. Keeper of the faith 

Dr. Rachel Harding

​Dr. Runoko Rashidi & The Global Afrikan Presence 

​Dr. Joy DeGruy: Post Traumatic Slave Disorder
 joy degroy ptsd

Let us each give of our talents, our energy and our resources for the betterment of Afrika and all her children.

Let us all commit to work together for our global prosperity and that of Afrika, our ancestral homeland!



"What could be any more correct for any people than to see with their own eyes?" 
Molefi Asante

"The best way to be an independent souverign state is to be an independent souverign state."
​      Kwame Nkrumah  

​"The person who strays away from the source is uprooted and is like the dust blown about by the wind."
                 Molefi Asante

"Prosperity wise, development, foolish"
JS Demba

PAGE EPILOGUE: Collaborators Along  the Path

"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together."

Ancestors' Proverb