The title of the narration is “Afraka Retold: The Journey of Genesis.” The narration examines the history of Africa before colonization, focusing on the great empires that existed such as the Kingdom of Kush, the Kingdom of Ghana, the Mali Empire, and the Songhai Empire. The narration also discusses the impact of whitewashing and cultural genocide on the African continent, which has resulted in the erasure of many African cultures and traditions. The impact of these practices can also be felt by diasporic peoples who are generations removed from their African roots, resulting in a loss of identity and a disconnection from their African heritage. The narration ends on a hopeful note, encouraging the celebration and promotion of African traditions and practices and the reconnection with African heritage for a brighter future.
This is a production of the United Association of Moors. The United Association of Moors is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to advancing diasporic peoples worldwide through sustainable innovation, education, and cross-cultural immersion. As a non-profit organization, their focus is on providing resources and support to those who may not have access to such resources otherwise.
By producing “Afraka Retold: The Journey of Genesis,” the United Association of Moors is working to promote the celebration and recognition of African cultures and histories, and to encourage diasporic peoples to reconnect with their African roots. The production of this narration aligns with the organization’s mission to advance diasporic peoples worldwide through education and cross-cultural immersion.
The narration itself provides an intellectual and informative analysis of African history and the impact of colonialism, whitewashing, and cultural genocide. By shedding light on these topics, the United Association of Moors is working towards a greater understanding of the history of Africa and its impact on diasporic peoples worldwide.
The United Association of Moors has provided links to their website, www.moorsearch.org and www.nkozi-a.com, which offer more information about their work and the resources they provide. Through their work, the United Association of Moors is creating positive change and promoting the advancement of diasporic peoples worldwide.