Happy Black History Month; We have so much to celebrate! I want to share these books that I read  in elementary school, high school, and college that you should buy for your kids. They have helped me develop confidence, self-esteem, knowledge of self and feel connected to something beyond slave chains. I was shy, insecure, and felt out of place before reading these. We didn’t come here as just slaves; we came as scientist, scholars, fathers and leaders. These books help shed light on who we are and our journey! Drop a comment if you have read or plan to read any of these works!

1. Nile Valley Contributions to Civilization
2. The Destruction Of Black Civilization
3. Message To The Black Man
4. Visions For Black men (by Akbar)
5. Breaking The Chains of Psychological Slavery by Akbar
6. From Babylon To Timbuktu
7. The Original African Heritage Study Bible edited by Cain Hope Felder
8. The Browder Files
9. Why Should White Guys Have All The Fun about Reginald Lewis
10. The Isis Papers

This year The Kemet Institute will host a workshop for 50 young boys in Atlanta, so stay tuned! Chicago will be the next destination. For the last 19 years, the Kemet Institute has taught financial literacy to thousands of people, for free. These people have since gone on to be bankers, business and community leaders, wiser retirement investors and college grads 🙏🏾✊🏾

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