"El Negro of Banyoles" is the name given to a stuffed human body that was displayed at the Francesc Darder Museum of Natural History in Banyoles, Spain, between 1916 and 1997. It was removed after protests by Afrikan blood people   which began around the time of the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. The body was eventually repatriated to Africa, and was re-buried in Gaborone, capital of Botswana, on October 5, 2000.

If history were so unimportant and meaningless, why is it that we have such strong opposition to the teaching of African history and culture?

Why is it that the powers that be define how history is taught and what history will be taught?

It’s because they know intrinsically that history defines who we are. We are history.

We cannot live in the future – the future is always in front of us.

And the present is essentially the leading edge of the past. You don’t leave your past behind.

The past lives in your brain; in your behavior; the way you see life and the way you see yourself.

Everything that happens to you in the present is filtered through past experiences present in your mind.

This means the past is operationally present at every moment If that past is distorted, if your perception of it is incorrect, if it’s absent. Then when you look at things in the present, your perception will be distorted.

You will not be able to effectively use what your see right in front of your face.

You will not be able to take advantage of possibilities that you have nor will you be able to design your own future, because your history has been distorted.

 Whites have stolen and distorted the history of Blacks so that they can influence the type of behavior we exhibit. They have been able to shape our behavior to support their domination of us as a people. Thus, we continue to serve their interest."


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