The Condition of the Black man, as the title implies, is an intimate analysis and personal account of the condition of the Black man. Each chapter discusses how Black men’s various milestones, doctrines and vocations, have been impacted adversely.
The author unpacks the destructive impact of colonialism and how it has affected the mentality of our people, by denying us knowledge of self and intertwines this through his own personal accounts of his own struggles, to overcome the impact of an oppressive system to achieve self awareness.
|Publisher:||Classic age Publishing|
|File size:||273 KB|
About the Author
Sphiwe Abdul-Malik Masoka was born in Lamontville during the Apartheid era in the early eighties. His experiences growing up in a community rampant with poverty and violence would lead him to become a critical thinker and a social justice commentator, seeking to spread Pan-Afrikanism through Knowledge of Self and cultural heritage.
He currently works at Abangoni, a cultural and skills development organization which aims to cultivate the minds of Black people in order for them to stand up and do for themselves.