Category Archives: Runoko Rashidi

ROOTS is not the roots of black people (Snoop on Slavery movies)

So the lame people over at History Channel assembled a star studded cast (Forrest Whittaker, Lawrence Fishburn, T.I.) to regurgitate Alex Haley’s fairytale book and TV series Roots. But this time the people are boycotting this socially orchestrated tale of black suffering and white Masa’s sipping mint julep on the front porch. It’s interesting that History […]

Watch the the Fall of America! issue #07

Indigenous cultures are ofttimes portrayed as a primitive people of the past, when in reality they are a people of pride, articulate manners, elaborate courtesy, and spirituality that had a love and respect for the land. There was no need to teach these people the importance of self sustainability, for that was the foundation of […]

Nation19 presents: Exhibit19 with Runoko Rashidi

Exhibit19: Nation19 Magazine / APDTA® in association with Pathways to African Unity (Black Student Union) is pleased to present Historian and world traveler Dr. Runoko Rashidi to Glendale Community College for one night only. As a traveler and researcher Dr. Rashidi has visited 105 countries. As a lecturer and presenter, he has spoken in fifty-nine […]