Black Mexico: The Greatest Story Never Told

Black Mexico: The Greatest Story Never Told

by Lamont Muhammad


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Black Mexico: The Greatest Story Never Told by author Lamont Muhammad opens the mummy's tomb on the identity of the original owners of Mexico, the Americas, Asia, the Isles of the Pacific and Africa. The Aboriginal Black man was the first to inhabit the Americas in large numbers before other people knew the world was round according to modern archaeologists and anthropologist today as they continue to document their research.

It was written for the African and Indigenous people whom the author met in southwest Mexico in 1998 and learned that those people had been officially omitted from history books there, except for slight references to slavery. They expressed their yearning to want to know more about themselves for the sake of themselves and especially their children.

Black Mexico is a thumbnail sketch of world history, with an emphasis n African and Mexican history. It includes bibliographical notes from selected scholars on the subjects as well as also introducing the reader to the teachings of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the theology of the Nation of Islam as a window through which to better examine human history and current affairs. An extreme eye opener for knowledge seekers.

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ISBN-13: 9780996054966
Publication date: 06/03/2016
Pages: 278
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.58(d)

About the Author

Lamont Muhammad grew up in the South Bronx, New York City. His extended family included the Harlem based Minisink program, in which he was a member of Tapawingo and the Order of the Feather (1965), which introduced him to - and nurtured him on - Native American and African culture.

He was introduced to the teachings of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, under the leadership of the Hon. Louis Farrakhan in 1979, and subsequently completed a journalism internship at the Trans-Urban News Service in Brooklyn, New York.

Since that time he has contributed to and worked for newspapers and magazines to record issues and events relevant to Black people especially, and human beings in general. His contributions include: Africa Diaspora, Tradewinds, Focus, Indianapolis Visions and Dawn Magazine(s). Newspapers include: People's Voice, Big Red, the Indianapolis Recorder, the Baltimore Afro-American, the New York Amsterdam News, Amandala Press (Belize), The Black World Today and the Final Call (FCN), which he has contributed to since 1982.

He was also the United Nations (UN) correspondent for the FCN from 1993 to 1996, focusing on Africa, the Caribbean and developing nations.

As a freelance journalist and author, he continues to seek and document the common African foundation and the ultimate destiny of modern cultures.

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