For the Record – Univ Kmt Press “Dr. Tdka Maat Kilimanjaro; Dr. Ife Kilimanjaro; Seba Yahra Aaneb
For the record, so there is no confusion in the future. We set our own standards. That’s why they are much higher than the norm everywhere in the world, Black or White.
We have 15 new books in 2 years, most are research methods and statistics based procedural books. All are applied to human relations thru the lens of history, social, economic, political, cultural, (moral in the case of Maat), (educational in the case of African K12), societal in the case of BAK2, etc. We have our own philosophy, theories, methods, techniques and procedures for presenting our research findings. And we document them for all to see—which is often unheard of.
The recently rewritten 1014 paged “African Time” is a history book obviously. So too is the recently written 1048 paged “BAK2” which focuses on USA societal history (and Black folks place in it) as opposed to just African history in African Time. I wouldn’t limit anything that we do to mere “sociological.” Our approach is interdisciplinary and meta-research based (multiple research designs).
We are African scientists, first and foremost, studying various phenomena in different settings, using their history as a medical doctor uses your or my case history to diagnose a disease or ailment then treat it with what has worked in the past. History is central to every thing. Without it, there is no progress because everything is built on the past.
Tell our children. Define yourself. Though some think they are doing you a favor, they maybe in their own way diminishing you consciously or unconsciously because standards are set so low by the ruling Whites that you could go through life and never see a Black person write a 1048 page book. You have nothing to compare it to. So you in cognitive dissonance try to define it away by labeling it in a box. As to diminish it.
Tell our children. Raise your standards. Especially in our own communities. Get to work and—Stop settling..
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