August 23, 2012
Author D-kha’D provides information and understanding of the transformation process of the Black people as he pens The Transformation Process of A People: from ABC Africa up to 1619 America, with reference to modernity for comparative analysis. This in-depth study uncovers the truth of the Black people’s history—providing answers to the many questions related to the subject.
This book looks into the occurrences that affected the Black people of America—the descendants of kidnapped Africans made slaves by Europeans—consequently making them the people they are today. In addition, scientific studies are viewed to help the reader look at the early life of the embryo as well as the fetus. Therefore, from the young to the old, from the ancient to the being of modernity, this particular human being’s life is placed under the microscopic mind for analysis and more clarification. The Transformation Process Of A People reveals significant information and awareness to clarify the many intriguing questions about the Black people’s history in addition to showing occurrences systematically which, as research has shown, help reveal how the “Transformation Process” of this people befell.
Through The Transformation Process Of A People: from BC Africa up to 1619 America, with reference to modernity for comparative analysis, readers will find concrete and credible explanations concerning the subject.
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About the Author
Writers and poets love the use of words. D-Kha’D, being one of them, understands the power of constructed verbiage...As the poet Lao-Tzu said; “a journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” D-Kha’D is the germination to that proverbial seed that was planted long ago in lure of growth. This work, The Transformation Process of a People, certainly is a component of that development.
The Transformation Process Of A People * by D-kha'D
from BC Africa up to 1619 America, with reference to modernity for comparative analysis.
Publication Date: April 28, 2011
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