There are so many scholars in our community that have tried to warn us
and discuss the fact that society as it is – is not forever and that it will go through many phases of decline and our
reality and direction will have to change. We are not in a comfort zone – and living an American Dream, this is an illusion.
Below, I have compiled a list of writers that discuss some of the same things that Afrikan scholars and organizations have
been trying to tell our people. We have become deft when it comes to listening to our own, it is like a mental schism that
we must erase and listen to one another to create the changes that we must make to survive and to live in a sustainable world.
saw the film What A Way To GoLife At The End Of Empire, by Writer/Director Timothy S. Bennett,
Producer Sally C. Erickson
Consultant - Barbara
Trent, Producer and Director of the
1993 Oscar® winning feature documentary, The Panama
The film was very
exploratory in regards to where we are as human beings on this planet and the challenges that we must all overcome as a species,
and must understand how we fit and do not fit well on earth. I wrote down some of the authors that were interviewed in the
film that I found interesting. I want to share this information with the reading public.
As we all explore and come to the reality that the game is over and where do we go from here.
It is against this backdrop and reality that we, the Ghana Nkwanta Project need your help and support
towards building sustainable communities and knowledge base.
The Great Work: Our Way into the Future, by Thomas
Berry "HISTORY IS GOVERNED BY THOSE OVERARCHING MOVEMENTS
that give shape and meaning to life by relating the human venture to the larger destinies of the..."
Peak Everything: Waking Up to the Century of
Declines, and the Party’s Over, by Richard
The World According To Pimm: A Scientist Audits the Earth
Off the Map, by Chellis
Glendinning is a deep look inside Imperialism, the Global Economy,
and our Earthly Whereabouts…..
Manning's most recent book, "Against the Grain: How Agriculture
Has Hijacked Civilization,"
The Endgame, by Derrick Jensen a book that explores the nature
of injustice, and what civilizations do to the natural world. He also explores societies intricate systems of denial, silence, and deception.
My Ishmael and World
Without Borders, by Daniel Quinn