Stolen Legacy -The Greeks were not the authors of Greek Philosophy, but the people of North Africa, commonly called the Egyptians were.

This book seeks to demonstrate that the origins of Greek Philosophy can be traced back to the people of North Africa, often referred to as the Egyptians, rather than the Greeks themselves. It argues that the praise and recognition attributed to the Greeks over the centuries rightfully belong to the people of North Africa. The misappropriation of African intellectual heritage has contributed to the mistaken belief that Africa has made no significant contributions to civilization and that its people are inherently inferior. This misconception has fueled racial prejudice, impacting all people of color.

By George G.M. James


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