Ten Highly Recommended Pan-African Nationalists Websites and more at Home and Abroad

In the Service of our Ancestors and African Love,
Listen Seeker, I come in Peace,

“Read, Write, Rally!” — Onitaset Kumat

I am taking a Hiatus in order to focus more on writing a novel I want each of my readers, and every African if possible, to purchase. I may also work on authoring an English Grammar. While absent, I intend to continue updating the African Blood Siblings Forum, particularly the Pan-African Question of the Week; however I will discontinue updating this wordpress weekly. Maybe I’ll write something every once in a while, but I intend to focus on novel writing. If a reader wants to submit an article, I can still publish those. Furthermore, I will continue to check my email: AfricanBloodSibs@aim.com. Contact me on anything.

Regarding the following list, its limited to ten, which is hard to do, and for the most part I tried to put five men and five women where applicable (this was harder at Timeless Writers.) This is no way complete as many, many people are left out. But it’s a good start or foundation.

Regarding the criterion, Pan-African Nationalist, I assembled a list of organizations or people who are fairly done with White people and White thought. Obviously this was the most difficult criterion. Not everyone is done with White people, many are just great people, but please look into everything and be on the lookout for my upcoming novel!

By the way, this article is incomplete. I decided to write more than I expected, but I hadn’t the time to. So I intend to occasionally edit this page. Return often.

Ten Highly Recommended Pan-African Nationalist Websites and more at Home and Abroad
By Onitaset Kumat


1. African Blood Siblings (ABS)

It’s because of the African Blood Siblings I personally have at least ten Pan-African Nationalist on speed dial and each member is involved in several community works in Brooklyn. We are a Family of Knowledgeable, Wise and Loving Africans and at the leadership is my wife and I. Our newsletter has made a global impression and our new forum has immense potential. We meet every week in Brooklyn. We’ve done so for over a year. And the longer people are involved the more involved they have become with African Liberation. If anyone outside of Brooklyn needs counseling on starting their own chapter please contact me. We hope to build boko (Community Centers) that organize African Power at home and abroad.



2. Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL)

Marcus Garvey’s Organization from a century ago. It is still thriving and survivng. Today its chapters are international. The President-General Senghor Jawara Baye or PG is the 10th in UNIA-ACL History. On the UNIA website, you can see the different divisions and whether a division is local to you. You can also apply for membership or apply to start a division.


3. Embo Movement

Whatever we do in this world for African people, it benefits our progeny more if we do it in Africa. Everyone should know this, but Embo Movement lives this. In Azania, Embo Movement is educating Africans at home about our history, our courage and our destination. These Kings and Queen-Mothers are phenomenal. They are the proof that Mother Africa is on the move!


4. First World People (FWP)

Babatu Rudo understood the importance of Africa and emigrated to Ghana where in cooperation with a local chief he built a school and now is preparing the future of Africa today. Check out his work.


5. United African Movement (UAM)

Alton H. Maddox Jr.’s Organization from two decades ago. After the brutal rape of Tawana Brawley at the hands of White Power, the Africans in New York created the UAM and have been holding weekly forums since with few exceptions. Besides from the forums, they run the Freedom Retreat for Boys and Girls, the Freedom Party and Friends of Like It Is. If you are ever in Brooklyn on a Wednesday night check them out in the Brooklyn Christian Center.





6. Collective Black People’s Movement (CBPM)

A division President of the UNIA-ACL Ras Marvin, the rocket man, built this website to allow African people an opportunity to know more about African Organizations. It’s a huge list of Organizations, Businesses, People and more. Check it out when you have the chance.


7. Organization of Afro-American Unity (OAAU)

Malcolm X’s Organization from half a century ago. His Co-Founder, among others, was none other than “Pan-Africanism or Perish” John Henrik Clarke. This is the Organization they killed Malcolm X over and contrary to popular belief it is still running. Leonard Jeffries is its current President. The model of the Organization was after the Organization of African Unity (OAU) which had its role in uniting the African Continent.


8. World African Diaspora Union (WADU)

If anyone didn’t know where the Pan-African Nationalists have gone introduce them to WADU. WADU has the living legends from its President Dudley Thompson, Leonard Jeffries and even Marcus Garvey’s son Julius. Many among its ranks have worked internationally for Pan-Africanism alongside Nkrumah, Du Bois, and Jomo Kenyatta. And their actions are historic. Check them out.


9. Africa World Press (AWP)

Truly the African Book Publishers and Distributors are among the best preservers of our History and AWP is no exception. It is the parent company of Black Classic Press, an outfit which sells the Black Classics: a brainchild of John Henrik Clarke, John G. Jackson, Yosef ben-Yochanan and W. Paul Coates, its founder. Definitely check out both.



10. Black Book Plus

I had heard that this was Amos Wilson’s publisher. Now it is a distributor of his books and many others. If you were looking for our works on the internet, check with AWP and Black Book Plus.



1. Odwirafo

One of the only Proponents of Authentic African Culture. He, along with a team of scholars, revisit Ancient Kamit’s literature and artifacts and determine through deep cross analysis with contemporary African culture what Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (African Man and Woman) culture is. He’s even the first person in our time that I know of to correctly determine the origin of our continent’s name (Afuraka), the origin of the names of the false religious figures (From “Mu Hap Meht” to “Muhammad,” “Ptah” to “Buddha,” or “Khensu the Heri Seshta” to “Jesus the Christ”) and the origin of White people. I considered making a fan page just for him. Check out his literature!


2. Eden Sahara

The owner of existinginexile this woman plans big. She has assembled one of the most insightful groups on the internet, including Sword of Ogun, Request 2000, Philosophia and even Kushite Prince. She’s also a master in hair care and a talented playwright and few people put more work toward nationbuilding than she. Also, I don’t know of a more insightful reviewer of films.


3. Azikiwe Lumumba

Sixteen-year-old prodigy. This King is near the center of Pan-African Nationalists on tumblr. Through him one can see the other genii like saashepsu, wakeupslaves, feedmerevolution, afrikan-centered-education, nefermaathotep, africa-will-unite, diallokenyatta, dcradical1, palm-group, thesunatmidnight2 keeping our people informed where few will. He is working toward assembling a webcast team.


4. TruthBeTold

This Queen-Mother is no joke. While others talk the talk, she walks the walk. She doesn’t say “Black people need to be self-employed” she opens a shop. She doesn’t say “We need to educate our children” she writes a children’s book. She doesn’t say “White folk are horrible” she buys land and grows her own food. And she’s one of the better writers we have.



5. Kushite Prince

Everywhere you looked, this King may have already been there. He’s not new to the Pan-African Nationalist scene. He was holding it down when others didn’t even know about it. He’s everywhere, he’s spoken to everyone and he’s just about one of the coolest Brothers you’ll know.



6. Udadewethu Kentake

One of the more fascinating Queen-Mothers on the internet. She runs a school program and advertises a plethora of schools and businesses by us and for us. Her website “Umkhonto We Sizewe” focuses on Independent African-Centered Parenting and Education and it hosts so much inspiring information the layperson will be surprised. I once saw a video of a very young child doing really complex mental mathematics. What can’t we do?


7. Moorbey

This King is serious. Some people play around but this King doesn’t. He takes no rest and he’s on top of everything. He is about our people and he lets everyone know. On his site you are likely to see information on political prisoners and the abuses they suffer. I’d count this King among their top advocates on the outside.


8. Yoknyam Dabale

Here is a Queen-Mother who took it upon herself to write for African Women the world over. She has a concern and a humility that is translated through her writing. This is someone to look through.


9. Omalone

Down in the UK, this King puts in the work for our Race. He’s written a book and keeps himself abreast in the Pan-African Nationalist scene. He also writes on his website, sometimes satirically. All around one of the better people to know. Although his avatar is–you’ll see.


10. Trojan Pam

Some of our people had a light turned on in our heads and waited until the power ran out before we spoke again; this Queen-Mother fed the light. Neely Fuller Jr. inspired her and she has been promoting his work almost ever since, while coming up with her own material too.




1. Yosef ben-Yochanan

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2. Marimba Ani

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3. Robin Walker

“The Black History Man” as he is called in the UK, Robin Walker wrote the amazing “When We Ruled” but didn’t stop there. He writes on African Mathematics and Science too. In fact he writes a lot and even lists our Kings and Queens and History Books on his site. He’s really working on our behalf.


4. Francis Cress Welsing

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5. Runoko Rashidi

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6. Queen Afua

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7. Llaila Afrika

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8. Jewel Pookrum

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9. Sebi

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10. Assata Shakur

She wrote “Assata” her autobiography and it’s one of those books all of us should read along with “Malcolm X.” She talks about the brutality she suffered, the counter-intelligence, the legal system and even her experience growing up along with colorism and how she ingeniously escaped from a gang rape and much, much more. She currently lives in Cuba after escaping from Prison in America.


Timeless Writers

1. Drusilla Dunjee Houston

The author of one of the best history books of our time and she wrote it by herself! While she actually wrote four volumes, only one volume “Wonderful Ethiopians of the Cushite Empire” has been published. It’s so wonderfully written, I personally think it can be read as a voiceover for a Pan-African Nationalist History Production; I know I intend to use it to teach my children. It should be translated into many African languages.

2. David Walker

Some say his book “David Walker’s Appeals” inspired Nat Turner: I believe it. This was one of the boldest brothers I’ve read about and he knew his material. You’ll do yourself a favor when you read him. Of course the White man killed him. But not until he got the message of Pan-African Nationalism out to Africans still in bondage! Read him. In the 1800s he was letting our people know about our Superiority and the Blackness of Ancient Kamit. Read him!

3. Amy Jacques Garvey

Marcus Garvey’s wife. She kept her husband’s legacy alive long after he passed. Tony Martin, the UNIA-ACL’s historian, published a list of her publications in “Race First”: they were substantial. Both she and Tony Martin were exceptional writers. I recommend both.


4. Martin Delany

If you don’t like novels its probably because you haven’t read “Blake or the Huts of America.” I’d argue that it is the greatest novel of our time. Martin Delany himself was “a Black man” during the tail-end of our enslavement in America. He actually became the highest Black officer in the Union Army; nevermind many other accomplishments. Martin Delany would go on to inspire John Edward Bruce who in turn inspired Marcus Garvey. That’s saying alot.


5. Chancellor Williams

Another incomparable history book. Chancellor Williams spells out, after painstaking research, that White people are, have been and will continue to be the enemies of Black people and as an added bonus he highlights in his book what we can do to reverse the situation we find ourselves in. If you need a book that proves the villainy of White people from here to Timbuktu (literally) get “The Destruction of Black Civilization.”


6. George James

One of our ancestors who they took from us. He wrote “Stolen Legacy” and it’s one of those well-researched eye openers. For the longest we’ve been mislead into reviewing Ancient Greece. “Stolen Legacy” put things into perspective: Ancient Kamit was the source of Ancient Greece’s Knowledge. If you don’t know this get “Stolen Legacy,” you’ll find out.

7. Amos Wilson

“Blueprint for Black Power” is one of the textbooks for our race. It inspired at least one ABS member to put in work for our community. It’s no joke. Each chapter is heavily researched and touches on a different subject matter, always going back to Pan-African Nationalism. And of course Amos Wilson isn’t a one-hit wonder. As a psychologist, he wrote on adolescent psychology, child development and even the effects of melanin on intelligence. He’s also masterfully spoken on a wide range of topics, including Love and Economics. He was taken from us at an early age.

8. John Henrik Clarke

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9. Robert Williams

“Negroes with Guns.” The man and book that inspired Malcolm X and the Black Panther Party. He brings to mind Ida B. Wells-Barnett: armed boldness. There is an interview of him online that can open the mind. At one point he mentions an incident where a White man cries because Robert and a collegue had a White sheriff disarm himself at gunpoint. Robert explains its because the gun was the White man’s tool. Get you a book, a gun and a squad.

10. J.A. Rogers

While not necesarrily tired of White folk, J.A. Rogers was one of the most read people of our time. As such he has catalogued a number of deeds and people that our Race has accomplished. So many people have said that J.A. Rogers was instrumental in their coming into consciousness. Some of his writings are questionable–like that interracial/biracial nonsense. But one can learn a lot from J.A. Rogers, so check him out when you can.


1. Haitian Revolution

Considered by some as the only successful large-scale uprising by enslaved people in our time, this war ranks among the most inspiring. Imagine an untrained and depraved lot taking on the three superpowers in the world simultaneously, that was Haiti versus the UK, France and Spain. By the way, Haiti won. “Black Jacobin” by CLR James can provide more information. “Irritated Genie” by Jacob H. Carruthers is another recommendation.

2. Maroon Wars

Contrary to popular belief, the Maroons were common not rare. Hardly limited to Jamaica, Maroons were Africans who maintained and kept their Ancestral African Cultures alive. Today, you can see Maroons in Jamaica, Suriname, Palmares, the Dismal Swamps in Virginia and many other locations, but that’s not all. Maroons were everywhere. In fact, the Haitian Revolution began through a Maroon named Bookman. These are the Africans to investigate. The real reason our outright enslavement ended in America. Among the legends are Kudjoe and his Sister Nanny. But there are thousands if not millions more.

3. Seminole Wars

This is the war America doesn’t discuss. Africans winning battles against White settlers in Florida during our enslavement in America. The Warrior to look into is John Horse. A no-surrender War erased from our History Books. Look into this.

4. Punic Wars

Hannibal is ranked as one of the greatest military generals of all time. With little Carthage he took on the gigantic Roman Empire and very nearly won. His strategies have since been studied by nearly every group seeking World Power. The Punic Wars ought to be a case study for every African Man and Woman.

5. Zulu Wars

The Zulu Wars are a more modern Punic Wars. The differences are that instead of Carthage it’s in the Zulu Kingdom and instead of fighting the Roman Empire, the British Empire is fought. This isn’t all, however, the war is multigenerational. Shaka kaSenzangakhona is one of the legends but so is Cetshwayo his half-nephew. In fact, Cetshwayo killed Napoleon’s heir “Prince Napoleon” and indirectly taught the line formation to Europeans.

6. ‘Asar’ Wars

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7. First Intermediate Period

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8. Second Intermediate Period

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9. Amenhotep III War

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10. Indian War

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Warrior Queen-Mothers

1. Nanny

One of the three National Heroes of Jamaica and one of the three guides of the ABS. This was a Warrior Queen-Mother like few others. Along with her Brother Kudjoe and other Africans, she fought the British to a truce–although she personally wanted to keep fighting. She kept our African traditions alive and wore armor made up leaves that could deflect bullets. She’s a reminder to us all that we are Warriors and we will win our Wars.

2. Eyleuka

History records Warrior Queen-Mothers in Kenesu prior to Kamit’s existence. Eyleuka is the first. Just imagine. At one point she was the sole monarch in the World. More should be known about her.

3. Ellen Firebun

Ellen Firebun, along with Bottom Belly, Mathilde, Agnes and Mary were the Queen-Mothers of St. Croix that led an African Liberation struggle with the use of fire. To this day, since 1878 these women are celebrated. They remind us to that fire can be an instrument of War.

4. Meritneith

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5. Nana Yaa Asantewa

When the men of Ghana failed to oust the Whites, Nana Yaa Asantewa led the women in an intense and formidable struggle. Ultimately the Whites remained, but her example is voluminous. Africans are Warriors: Men and Women.

6. Hatshepsut

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7. Aahmes Nefertari

One of the most highly regarded Africans in Kamit, if not all time. From Waset she led warriors into lower Kamit to restore our control over Africa. It was her leadership which defeated the Hyksos and initiated the Late Kingdom. For thousands of years after, parades were held annually in her honor and collasal temples were raised.

8. Dahia Al-Kahina

If you have ever wondered why Islam initially went to Europe and not deeper into Africa or how the Moors were African, you probably didn’t know of Dahia Al-Kahina. She stopped the progress of the Whites (Arabs,) rerouting them North instead of South. Unfortunately she hadn’t the support necessary to defeat the Whites. Seven hundred years later, the navigational skills, arms building and trans-Saharan enslavement would become the Maafa. She teaches us that Whites are our enemies.

9. Nzingha

“Africa has had no greater patriot” — John Henrik Clarke. She’s another of the three guides of the ABS and she remains, centuries later, the greatest military threat Portugal ever faced. Even in her eighties she was still weilding her spear with the best Warriors. Incomparable. She was forming a Pan-African federation in Africa before she passed.

10. Kandake

Kandake (KDK) is a name that stands for Warrior Queen-Mother. One in particular stopped Alexander from going South. After he invaded Kamit he went East, understanding that a Southern attempt into Kenesu would have been his first loss. Read of her military and be impressed.

Warrior Kings

1. Shabaka

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2. Taharko

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3. Nat Turner

It’s said that Nat Turner was inspired by David Walker: I believe it. Still, his band of seven Africans including himself nearly ended our enslavement in Virginia, then the biggest enslaver in America. The only error these Warriors made was listening to the crowd after momentum was built. If he were not dissuaded from the Armory History may have been radically different. Bear in mind however that Nat Turner was not as rare as they write history to make him. Uprisings were common back then. They tell us otherwise so that uprisings would be uncommon today!

4. John Horse

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5. Dutty Bookman

A maroon from Jamaica. As par for the course Bookman went to Haiti to stir up revolution. Along with Cecile Fatiman, Bookman assembled over a thousand Africans in Bois Caiman where he rallied for revolution. Haiti widely credits him and Mackandal, from a century earlier, in discussing the struggle. Bookman was a Revolutionary Pan-African Nationalist.

6. Shaka Zulu

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7. Jean-Jacques Dessalines

When Toussaint L’Ouverture said “For the People!” Dessalines said “For the Wretched!” “The people” (Whites) captured and killed Toussaint, but “the wretched” (Blacks) made Dessalines Emperor. Dessalines informs us what a Warrior King must be. He must know his Enemy and know his people. Toussaint can win battles but Dessalines won the War.

8. Robert Mugabe

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9. Idi Amin

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10. Kudjoe

The legendary Warrior King of the Maroons and Queen Nanny’s brother. He along with other relatives liberated zones in Jamaica and created an international stir against our enslavement. The Maroons are a people to emulate: currently one of the few groups of free Africans. Grab your armaments and build your Nations!

African Civilizations

1. Kenesu

It’s reasonable to say that Kenesu is Africa. These were the Kushites or Ethiopians who stretched not only all over Africa but into Asia as well. It would seem that these were the largest offspring of the Maa Federation. And of course they were our Ancestors. It is the Kenesu who conquered lands for and wide, from America to Asia to Africa.

2. Kamit

The Ancient Civilization with the most surviving text and one of the more readable texts at that. Kamit is an offspring of Kenesu. Originally conquered by Asar, here sat a highly advanced culture. Unlike Kenesu, however, Kamit appears to have been an experiment in Racial Integration. Naturally it went all wrong. Two Intermediate Periods, an eventual total genocide, an effacement of most all of the monuments, a penetration of our continent and a stolen legacy rarely ever copied. To this day, Africa is not all Africa because since Kamit was lost it was never African again.

3. Dhar Tichitt

The oldest known cultural complex in Western Africa. It was a contemporary of Ancient Kamit where modern Mauritania is. From Dhar Tichitt it is believed the Soninke people built the Ghana Empire. This site is little known even in Pan-African Nationalist circles.

4. Shum Laka

Where modern Cameroon is nearest Nigeria exists the remains of a once ancient site of Bantu. Some speculate that it is from here that the major technological migration started. There is History on our continent; still underexplored today.

5. Omo

The oldest known skeletal remains of modern humans (or homo sapien sapiens) is at this site in Ethiopia. It dates back 195,000 years. Maybe it is no coincidence that the seat of Kenesu was in Ethiopia. Were we returning? What did we leave?

6. Maa Federation

Before Kamit, Kenesu, Dhar Tichitt or Kintampo was the Maa Federation. In Kamit, Maa means “law” or even “Divine Law.” In fact, “Maa” is the male balance of Maat. The Maa Federation existed in the Sahara region when it was a fertile Sahel. When it dried up, Africans emigrated to the corners of the world, hence why so many Kingdoms seemed to have come out of nowhere. Buried beneath those expanding sands are the remains of this Ancient federation.

7. Ishango

The site where the 23,000 year-old arithmetic tool and calendar was found. Located in the Kongo, there is little wonder that the Kongo is so critical to African Liberation today. Understanding the antiquity of mathematics in Africa, Ishango should be written into our History Books in the way that we all understand a intellectual history will benefit our progeny!

8. Katanda

The oldest known culture in the world, dating back to 88,000 years. It was a fishing settlement. It’s unclear, but it seems that from the Mountain of the Moon Africans progressed to Katanda and from Katanda the Maa Federation then from there Kenesu and the Kenesu all over the World.

9. Mountain of the Moon

Located in Uganda this, the origin of the Nile, is considered the Origin of Civilization. The Twa, considered the most ancient of people, may call the Mountain of the Moon a homeland. Here Africans star gazed and may have perfected civilization building over a hundred thousand years ago.

10. Kintampo

In central and northern Ghana with a deeper concentration in the region of Brong Ahafo lies Kintampo. Not without coincidence, Brong Ahafo is also where the first known Akan nation-state Bonoman was centered. Kintampo was a contemporary of Kamit and shared many similarities with the historical Akan people.

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8 thoughts on “Ten Highly Recommended Pan-African Nationalists Websites and more at Home and Abroad

    1. Peace,

      There’s so much to do. Now that I am working on things, I see that I want to do a lot more than a novel! But whatever I print I hope you can read it!

  1. http://www.firstworldpeople.com For six months I am here in maryland and unusually around November I return to Ghana. I have long been fed up since Vietnam but feel so alone in my thoughts. We have communicated before. Glad you are following your destiny, but we need to keep in touch. Your welcome to my home in GhANa anytime.


    1. Peace,

      I am grateful for your invitation and it’s a subject for which I boast! I want to work on many writings, one of which I hope will benefit you and your school!

  2. Thanks for the shout out brother. This is a great honor. Looks like I’m in good company. I really appreciate this. That’s a very impressive list!

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