About African Holocaust
African Holocaust African Holocaust African Holocaust (Est. 2001) is a non-profit civil society dedicated to the progressive study of African history and culture. The society is loosely composed of diverse array of African scholars and writers, who share the desire use critical thinking to represent and restore an authentic, reflexive, honest, inclusive and balanced study of the African experience, past and present. contents About Support Us with Trade Language policy Who are you? History and Media Bias History Never Forget African Code Questions about AHS What is Racism A New Paradigm Religion Debate and Disagreement Join Us Motherland Project (E) The site is a platform to educate, empower and enlighten. Enhancing the visibility of African history and culture, while adding clarity from an African ethical and cultural standpoint. African Holocaust Society does not at any stage advocate binary history or propaganda: The facts remain the facts, while the analysis is within African paradigms. We reject all manifestations of oppression (From South Africa to Palestine), ignorance, racism, globalization, monoculturalization, cultural imperialism, gender suppression, religious intolerance (Islamophobia, antisemitism, etc), and ethnic hatred. We create new opportunities for the potential of marginalized people by addressing institutional racism, which has stymied hope and multicultural contributions. African Holocaust does authentic in-house research. We use primary and secondary sources. We went to Sudan and Egypt for African Kingdoms, we went into the libraries of Timbuktu, mosque in Ethiopia for Islam and Africa,. We meet with the patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox church for African and Christianity. This research is then submitted to various academics for peer review. No featured article is published without this feedback. [note] Contributors to the AHS go direct to the politicians and sources for most of our content. In places like Mali, South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Sudan, Gambia, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, and Ethiopia we have contributors and on-the-ground connections. We are part of global African think tanks, and scholarship communities. We have media access at the African Union, and other Pan-African meetings. For our African Marriage and religious web pages we physically documented the traditions. All of this research and information serves as the repository for African academics, think tanks, and progressive solutions for the African world. In addition this site is constantly reviewed by peers for quality and adherence to the ever rising threshold we place on quality research/scholarship. We believe heavily in ethics, and the responsibility of information dissemination; and the consequences of that dissemination. To have a higher conversation, requires a higher state of consciousness. We hold that no information can flow above the state of the human mind, and therefore information dissemination dually requires a challenge to our cognitive capacity to process and apply information.
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