A Tribute to Black History
Susu Economics: The History of Pan-African Trade, Commerce, Money and Wealth (Learning From Our Glorious Past as we Enter Into the New Millenium) January 29, 2000 February is Black History Month in the United States (October in Britain), yet, there are many of us who are unaware of our true and total history particularly in the area of ancient trade and commerce and how it led to the establishment and settlement of Africoids in every part of the globe suitable for human habitation. In fact, the very spread of language began from Africa to other parts of the world, as researched and explained by Dr. Bartor Vamos- Toth (Honolulu, Hawaii (USA) and Franziska Hargenrader, inm the article, The "Tamana Phenomena," (Efodon Synesis, May/June 1996, Munich, Germany). This spread of language from Africa to all parts of the earth was intiated by the need to initiate and practice trade and commerce.
The Worldwide Spread of Black Civilization Among the early civilizations that were founded by prehistoric Africans (Blacks) due to the increase in trade and commerce were some of the oldest civilizations of the Americas. For example, one of the most ancient civilizations on earth existed in North America. It was and is the Black Washitaw Moundbuilders Civilization of the United States. This civilization existed thousands of years before Christ in the Mississippi Valley Basin and the Southern United States. The Washitaw still exist today as a separate and distinct Black American nation and are recognized by the United Nations as one of the most ancient peoples of the Americas and indigenous to the region. Blacks were also the first inhabitants of California and neither the Aztecs, Mayas, Hopi Navajo and other "Native Americans" of the Mongoloid racial group were the original inhabitants of California or much of the hot Southwestern United States, or the South and South Eastern U.S. In fact, an article in the Fresno Bee (Fresno , California, Janary 24, 2000) entitled, "A northern light is shed on site of Hispanic Homeland" is correct in pointing out that one part of the Hispanic (the Mestizo speakers of Spanish, not people of pure Spanish European Caucasian racial background......my emphasis) may be north of California.