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Ramses The Great, The Pride of Africa, Set The Standard For All Rulers Who Followed

Reclaiming for the African world the ancient Kamite heritage, which includes the knowledge of heroic sovereigns such as Ramses the Great, must be seen as an integral part of the Black liberation movement. It will inspire and direct us. Kmt was the heart and soul of Africa, and we need only glance at her noble traditions, her dignity, humanity and royal splendor to measure our true fall from power.

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12 African Countries With the Most Diverse Natural Resources

Tanzania

Natural resources: coffee, tea, cotton, maize, tin, phosphates, iron ore, cassava, diamonds and gold. Its richness produces a gross domestic product valued at $33.23 billion. Ten percent of Africa’s gold is there.

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10 Characters in the Bible You Might Not Have Known Were Black

Queen of Sheba

The first use in the Bible of the word “queen” refers to a Black woman (1 Kings 10:1). Her name is alleged to be Makeda, but the Scriptures refer to her as the Queen of Sheba or the Queen of the South. Her fame was such that 2,000 years after her death, according to blacksinthebible.net, Jesus Christ mentioned her long trip and referred to her challenge of Solomon’s wisdom, which led to a love affair with the wise Jewish king.

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