The Story GrandPa Told


The Story GrandPa Told


American & World African Legends & Culture

Provides essential information of self-history and ancestry which leads to education and education leads to knowledge and knowledge is power;

Gives more than 400 biographies of chiefs, kings, pharaohs, queens, leaders, artists, musicians, doctors, poets, educators, inventors/scientist, singers, actors/actresses, athletes, activists, and, ordinary people making extra-ordinary accomplishments through faith and determination;

Covers more than 150 countries on six continents including: United States, Egypt, India, Brazil, Canada, Bahamas, England, China, Jamaica, Australia, Russia, Spain, Caribbean, etc…

Reviews time from 1,000’s of years BC to the 21st Century AD; Informative on cultural, religious, social, psychological, experiences of the dark man and their contributions to mankind and the world.

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Product Description

“Pass the Story Forward”   ©

“Tell the Story … Knowledge Is Power” 

Our Intergenerational Interactive Activity

“What Shall I Tell My Children Who Are Black?” Margaret Burroughs, a poet, asked.

Arthur Schomburg, notable historian, had desires for “… a collection or a list of books …     teach our people our own history … and … Where are our storytellers?”

Harvard University study concluded knowledge of self-history and ancestry are critical to building positive characteristics for success. Do our children possess this knowledge base?

Do you own a personal and/or home reference book of the dark man of the world from the beginning of civilization … to the most despised man in the world … to the most powerful man  in the world?




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