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  1. Lether Lofton
    February 4, 2011 at 3:03 pm

    Mr. Aidoo,
    While reading your article entitled “Understanding Neo-African-Americans”, in the February 4th. edition of the Trenton Times, it bought back memories of a paper I once wrote in one of my black history classes while attending Hunter College.
    While growing up in Brooklyn N.Y. in the 50’s, I noticed that West Indian blacks displayed a ‘superiority complex’ towards black Americans. At the time, I thought it was because they usually had more than we did. That is, they owned property, had their own businesses, and drove better cars.
    While in college, I examined why this could be. The effects of slavery and how you were treated in the country your ship took you to was my answer. I chose the Caribbean, Cuba and the U.S. as comparisons. The differences was amazing. It explained everything to me as I’m sure it will also to anyone who takes the time to investigate.
    Thank you for your insight. I think your paper exposed yet another problem we black Americans are facing every day of our lives.

  2. March 12, 2010 at 9:03 pm

    Peace Brother,

    It is good to see our Black Nation raise the question about who we are In America. My Organizations has been going to the United Nation for the past 15 years or more letting the world know that we are not African Americans, but a people without an Idenity. Yes a white man or black man from Africa can come to america and join on and become an African American. But the black in american are not african americans. We blacks in America are Afro Descendants meaning we were forcibly dispossessed of our homeland, Africa,2. were transported to the Americas and the Diaspora for the purpose od enslavment, 3. were subjected to slavery, 4. were subjected to foced mixed breeding and rape, 5 have experienced, through force, the lost of mother tongue, culture and religion, 6. have experienced racial discrimination due to lost ties or partially lost ties to their original identity and lastly are going through a rebirth process of Ethno-genesis. So I understand when you ask that question. My question is to you why have you not sought out Reparation origanization that knows this and have the answer to it. I would like for you to talk to Mr. Muhammad. He has been in the United Nation talking about this issue for the past 15 plus years. And today it is a question that is being asked. Good, it should.
    I am happy today we (afro-descendants) and African are coming to know we are one people but scarted. One Nation One Nation he have us thinking we are different only the blacks in american experience slavery but we are the same One.

    Peace

  3. Mark E. Jackson
    March 12, 2010 at 5:55 pm

    We would like to recieve an institutional copy of this DVD for showing and discussion at Roxbury Community College.

  4. Frederick W. Kakumba
    February 24, 2010 at 6:19 pm

    I would like get the DVD(s) for decumentaries I saw a while ago. Can I buy them and how much? They were very interesting and educational.

  5. James Taylor
    February 24, 2010 at 4:51 pm

    I need a copy asap. How much and how do I obtain a copy. I thought there was a price and link to purchase on line? Please advise ASAP. Thanks.

  6. December 24, 2009 at 10:55 am

    It would be great if your blog as well as the documentary could be made available to the members on the http://www.blackbusinessnetwork.com/1possibilty. The network is available in 90 countries.

    Wendy

    • neoafricanamericans
      December 30, 2009 at 10:13 pm

      Thanks Wendy. Will do

  7. Sharoll Love
    November 13, 2009 at 12:13 pm

    I’d like to order this documentary. How might I get a copy?

  8. cheryl emerson
    October 10, 2009 at 6:34 am

    please put me on your list

  9. Victoria K
    September 14, 2009 at 4:43 pm

    Hello,

    I would also like to obtain a copy of this film. How much is it and how soon can I get it.

    Thank you,

    Victoria K.

  10. Fassil Demissie
    June 30, 2009 at 1:26 pm

    To Whom it May Concern:

    I would like my university order this film. Is it available for sale?

    Thank You..

    F. Demissie, Ph.D
    Associate Professor
    fdemissi@depaul.edu

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