When you know you can never be lied to

Black Consciousness is the eternal journey toward knowing your truth, our truth as Africans, and the ultimate truth of the Eternal.

To aid you on your walk into knowledge of self we have created a library of resources.

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Learn The Truth About Who You Really Are

Black Psychologist Dr. Amos Wilson said that “…consciousness is not an abstract concept. It is not a theoretical concept; it is a concept that is directly related to the reality one lives in. It is directly related to the type of life that one will live.”

When you begin to raise your consciousness, a new reality emerges around you. The people around you will harmonize with your new reality, and over time we begin to experience a great and unstoppable Awakening.

Below are our most shared posts in the Black Consciousness category.

Legendary Interviews

Black Consciousness covers a broad spectrum of topics. From Ancient African History to the modern weapons of white supremacy. We go deeper into these topics with the best minds from our community. Here are our top 3 interviews.

Kaba Hiawatha Kamene is an African Spirituality Mentor

Kaba Hiawatha Kamene

Also known as Dr. Booker T. Coleman, Baba Kamene is a Master Teacher of African history and spirituality.

Zaza Ali

Zaza Ali is the author of the three part Black Matters series, vegan advocate, teacher, and Spiritual Scientist.

Post Traumatic Slavery Disorder and Black Mental Health with Brandon Jones

Brandon Jones, M.A.

Brandon Jones holds both a Masters in Psychology and a Masters in Psychotherapy from Adler Graduate School.

Master The Teachings Of The 959

Introduction to Black Consciousness

The ideas behind Black Consciousness can be complex. To simplify we have created a concept called the 959. Each number describes an aspect of Black Consciousness. Here is how each breaks down:

The first 9 describes the areas of life – a concept that comes from the teachings of Baba Neely Fuller and Dr. Frances Cress Welsing. 

The 5 describes the 5 elements of your life and include the physical, metaphysical, resources, relationship, and academic parts of who you are.

The final 9 describes the 9 weapons of white supremacy and neocolonialism – specific tactics used to oppress and destroy our people. 

Continue Your Education With These 12 Sacred Scrolls

Get Answers To Frequently Asked Questions

  • How can one learn about real African history?

    You can start with our article titled 43 Of The Most Powerful Black History Books Ever Written here https://www.panafricanalliance.com/black-history-books/. But first, understand why we say 'real' African history... Real African history consists of conclusions about how Africans lived based on academically sound research that is - and this is important - free from racist bias. When Europe extended its war on the Moors to include the whole of the African continent, colonizers viewed and wrote African history as they saw it. They discredited the achievements of whole empires. They called sophisticated languages and writing methodologies primitive. And they called African spirituality a pagan practice. In an attempt to justify white supremacy, colonizers wrote about Africans through the lense of white supremacy. We cannot trust the conclusions they came to because of their bias. It would be like studying and practicing what you read in books on the role of men and women from the patriarchal 1930s. So when we create lists of books like these (https://www.panafricanalliance.com/black-history-books/) the authors we include are almost universally Black. So if you want to learn REAL African history, start with our list.

  • What part of Africa do I come from?

    You are the combination of two lineages - your Mothers (matrilineal line) and your Fathers (patrilineal line). So to say that you come from one place is technically incorrect. Duality is a common concept across African philosophy and it is by understanding facts like the aforementioned you can understand why. So to get a complete picture of who you are and where you came from, you must trace both your matrilineal and patrilineal line. With that understanding, find a DNA test that is right for you. We reviewed the most popular in our article titled Which African Ancestry DNA Testing Kit Is Right For You? here: https://www.panafricanalliance.com/african-ancestry-dna-testing/

  • Why do we continue to describe people of African descent as Black?

    We identify Africans as Black for two reasons: 1. Black describes the combination of our race and Ethnicity. Race is a collection of genotypical and phenotypical traits that define a person's features, while ethnicity describes the culture from which a person comes. 2. By describing the Pan-African Diaspora as Black, we seek to unify the identity of a people that has been destroyed by white supremacy. When whites and other groups invaded Africa, those groups replaced indigenous cultures with their white, Arab, and Asian cultures. This destroyed the ethnic identity of the groups that lived there. And our Ancestors who left or were removed from the Continent found themselves behind foreign borders. Their nationalities had been changed to French, American, and other alien political identities. Because of what alien groups have done to African race, ethnicities, and nationalities, there has been confusion over what to call ourselves. Collectively, we proudly call ourselves Black to reclaim what was lost and repair what was broken. Why would we NOT describe ourselves Black? It depends on the context of the conversation. For instance, using legal terms to describe someone as Black removes personhood and is considered inappropriate. However, this instance is not to be confused with social or colloquial circumstances where the term is both widely and proudly accepted.

  • Why is Black history not American history?

    American history describes the political entity that began with the arrival of the first permanent European settlers in 1620. Black history describes the span of time that began at the dawn of humanity. As of this writing, we know that the first human was a Black woman. Thus, Black history stretches from her birth until the present day. We clear up much of the confusion in our article titled Black History Is World History and World History Is Black History here https://www.panafricanalliance.com/black-history-is-world-history-and-world-history-is-black-history/

  • What is the difference between racism and white supremacy?

    Dr Neely Fuller Jr once said to people of African Descent that "if you dont understand white supremacy then everything else will confuse you." Here is what he meant: There is a difference between racism and white supremacy. Racism is a set of beliefs about the superiority of one racial group over another. These beliefs are rooted in an individuals experiences, background, and culture. And since these beliefs are so deeply rooted, individuals may not recognize them, are slow to alter those beliefs, or dont know how to rid themselves of racism. Because these beliefs are so old and deeply embedded in a persons psychological profile, as activists we avoid trying to change those beliefs. White supremacy is different. White supremacy describes systems of oppression built for the competitive advantage of whites. These systems typically deploy 9 weapons to achieve this: 1. Miseducation 2. Miscegenation 3. Murder 4. Infection 5. Intoxication 6. Integration and Assimilation 7. Prosecution 8. Eugenics 9. and Fraud Read our teachings on the weapons of white supremacy here https://www.panafricanalliance.com/white-supremacy/

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