African American Culture – A Culture, Not a Subculture part 1

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This is a banquet speech delivered before The Malcolm X Grassroots Movement banquet in Atlanta with Dr. Asa Hilliard in the audience. This speech addresses the central theme presented in the book The Integration Trap: The Generation Gap Caused By A Choice Between Two Cultures.

In this speech Dr. T'Shaka demonstrates that African American culture was not destroyed through enslavement. Instead enslaved Africans drew up their creativity and took the central principles of African culture, including spirit, the extended family community, the hieroglyphic word, improvisation, humanism, communal sharing, consensus based democracy, rhythm and poetry, combined with race consciousness and Pan Africanism to create a new culture (New African) that is respected throughout the world.

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This is a banquet speech delivered before The Malcolm X Grassroots Movement banquet in Atlanta with Dr. Asa Hilliard in the audience. This speech addresses the central theme presented in the book The Integration Trap: The Generation Gap Caused By A Choice Between Two Cultures.

In this speech Dr. T’Shaka demonstrates that African American culture was not destroyed through enslavement. Instead enslaved Africans drew up their creativity and took the central principles of African culture, including spirit, the extended family community, the hieroglyphic word, improvisation, humanism, communal sharing, consensus based democracy, rhythm and poetry, combined with race consciousness and Pan Africanism to create a new culture (New African) that is respected throughout the world.

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