Our struggle is on all fronts.
We need the minds,hope and energies of our youth who are faced with a more complex paradigm of oppression than we faced as we engaged the struggle.
We knew almost instinctively that the system was oppressive and deceptive.
Today the enemy force presents itself as a “saviour” and “friend” to us,enticing us with false hope and promises of financial abundance if we would but adopt their evil ways and methods. We must educate our own from our own perspectives and paradigms of thought, achievement, love and liberation.
We must create educational paradigms that are attractive and rewarding to our youth. Our youth must understand that they have to stand in co-existence with the Elders. Each generation has somethings to teach the other.
May this African History Month allow us to explore new paradigms of presentation of old knowledge and wisdom that can save our planet.