Month: February 2011

Recalling the Berbice Revolution, February 23, 1763

The enslaved Africans of Berbice, Guyana, led by Kofi and his lieutenants, Atta, Accabre and Akara, seized their freedom on February 23, 1763. Kofi, a former “house slave” was the leader of this revolution of enslaved Africans. Guyana, formerly British Guiana, is a country of 83,000 square miles that is situated on the Northeast Coast …

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Ancient African Super Power Back in the News

The vox populii, the voice of the people, has become the vox Alli, the voice of Allah, following the stepping down of long-time president Murbarak. According to sociologist and adjunct lecturer at the Jamaica Theological Seminary, the Rev Peter Espeut, “The people of Egypt have decided that they have had enough of corruption, bogus elections …

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