Why do Black people throughout the world struggle?

In the past, I have heard several people refer to The Destruction of Black Civilization, by Chancellor Williams as the Black Bible. With such a lofty analogy attached to this book, I wonder to this day why it took me so long to read this amazing story of Black history.

Well, Black History Month 2007 would be the year my eyes would be open and all I can say at this point is thank you Chancellor Williams!

All of my life I have questioned why Black people throughout the world have experienced such a plight and why it has been so difficult for us to overcome it. Well The Destruction of Black Civilization is a book of answers, as it answers most of the major questions that people have about the African race. Such as:

How did such a highly advanced Black Civilization get so completely destroyed that its people have found themselves not only behind other people of the world, but as well, the color of their skin a sign of inferiority, bad luck, and the badge of the slave whether bond or fee?

How did all Black Egypt become all white Egypt?

What were some of the specific details in the process that so completely blotted out the achievements of the African race from the annals of history?

How and under what circumstances did Africans, among the very first people to invent writing, lose this art almost completely?

Is there a single African race, one African people?

If we are one race or one people, how do you explain the numerous languages, cultural varieties and tribal groupings?

Since, as it seems, that there is far more disunity, self-hatred and mutual antagonism among Blacks than any other people, is there a historical explanation for this?

Chancellor Williams does not just answers these questions as an arm charm scholar either, no not at all. Williams created this book after 16 years of research.

This research included a precise investigation of Africa’s own independently developed civilization by doing a continent-wide field study from the Mediterranean extending southward down the Nile into the “bush” far away from the westernized urban centers, through the tip of the country in South Africa.

That data he uncovered is startling!

If you haven’t read this magnificent work yet then I would suggest you stop reading this right now and go pick up the book and start reading it right away.