It is essential that you stop allowing your former enslaver to define the history of humanity. As the original human bei ...
Edward Mitole, PhD
Dr Edward Mitole, Professor of Development Studies at the University of the State of the African Diaspora (USOAD) and Founder & Chair of the African Renaissance Project (ARP)
Edward Mitole is the most powerful proponent of the African Liberation Movement today, as well as the foremost black political thinker of our time. He is a speaker, activist, theoretician and organizer of campaigns such as “The Curriculum Must Fall” and "Africa Unite".
Following in the footsteps of previous black leaders such as Marcus Garvey, Kwame Nkrumah, Mangaliso Sobukwe, Patrice Lumumba and Malcolm X, Edward Mitole points to a positive future for the African Continent through the slogan made famous by the Garvey Movement of the 1920s, “Africa for Africans, at home and abroad.” He sends a bold message, calling on African people worldwide to unite their homeland, liberate their people and dispense with colonial borders that continue to divide and oppress.