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Table of Contents
                            FOREWORD
	By Dr. Benjamin F. Reaves (Former President of Oakwood College)
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT & DEDICATION
PREFACE
	Can Anything Good Come Out of Africa?
PROLOGUE
SHACKLED BY LIES!
	Breaking Lose From the Last Chains of Slavery
	The Fallacy of African Paganism
EPILOGUE
UNSHACKLED BY THE TRUTH!
	Fly, Eagle, Fly!
POSTSCRIPT
	“SANKOFA” AFRICAN WISDOM
	PROPOSED ORAL TRADITIONAL SCHOOL CURRICULUM
	Oral Tradition as a Vehicle of Knowledge
	Sankofa Series:
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX
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	Sankofa Heritage: Books, Videos, DVDs, CDs & Tape Presentations
	Contact:  [email protected], call 516 486-6385
		Rooted In God and Grounded In Africa -- (DVD & VHS, CD)
		Africa’s Roots or African Heritage (DVD & VHS)
		Africans! Where Did We Come From? “From Eden To Eden” (DVD, VHS)
		Unshackled! “Breaking Loose From the Last Chains of Slavery” (DVD & CD)
		Christian Roots in Africa (Vols. 1, 2) (CD)
		Give Me Back My Jesus: (DVD, VHS)
		Africa’s Exodus To The Promise Land (BOOK)
		Africa’s Roots in God (BOOK)
		Songs in the Night (CD)
		Fill My Cup, Lord! (CD)
		Africa’s Talking Drum (DVD)
	Coming Soon! Sankofa Heritage Books Series:
		Christian Roots in Africa
		Faces of Africa
		Give Me Back My Jesus
		African Preacher’s Book of Sermons
		Heritage Children’s Story Book with a Moral
		Amazing Ants: Lessons God wants His People to learn from the Wisdom of Ants
	Dissertation (Doctor of Ministry): “A Model of Industry-Based Ministry for the Urban Church”
                        
Document Text Contents
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AFRICA’S ROOTS

IN GOD


THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE CREATOR
EMBEDDED IN THE INDIGENOUS

AFRICAN CULTURE







Sednak Kojo Duffu Asare
Yankson

African Royalty & American Preacher

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Copyright © 2007 by Sankofa Heritage Books
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Sednak Kojo Duffu Asare Yankson
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quotations as cited in this book.

Editor: Dr. Sammy R. Browne



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6. Go back for your Apocalyptic Future—African Interpretation
7. Go back for your African Economic Development (Community Based

Ministry)
8. Go back for your African Family Tree
9. Go back for your Authentic African Name
10. Go back for your True African Wisdom
11. Go back for your Royal African Ministry
12. Go back for your African Cultural Heritage
13. Go back for your African Royalty
14. Go back for your Traditional African Herbal Medicine
15. Go back for your African Traditional Constitution
16. Go back for your Testimony
17. Go back for a Taste of Africa
18. Go back home on your African Pilgrimage
19. Go Back to Go Forward! “Back to Our Heritage & Forward with our

Mission!”

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PROPOSED ORAL TRADITIONAL SCHOOL
CURRICULUM


Oral Traditional Studies and Curriculum

Dedicated to Spiritual and Cultural Enrichment of African Heritage in order to
connect Black People to their Roots and to restore unto them their humanity
robed from them by deception and fraud. We can take our humanity back.

All truth is God’s truth and only the truth shall set us all free!


• Oral Traditional Studies
o Sponsor Researchers
o Exchange Program
o Training

Train scholars to analyze, compare and unearth gems
of truth scattered across Africa in their oral culture

• Oral Field Studies
o To foster interaction between Children of the Diaspora with

indigenous Africa
o To honor oral giants (Griot- Linguist)
o To confer honor on the Opanyin

THE WISE LEADER
o To Witness a traditional cultural event

Court scene
Palace decorum
Marriage
Funeral
Naming ceremony
Outdooring

• Comparative and Collaborative Studies (Oral Tradition) with
o Bible
o History
o Archeology

• Oral Cultural Training
o Exegesis

Establishing what is
o Systematic

Collecting and organizing of oral traditional concepts
o Theology

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Songs in the Night (CD)
What Does God do for His Children in Time of Trouble?


He May not Come when You Want Him but He is Always on Time when You

Need Him the Most.
“He Giveth Songs in the Night”

Divine Assurance in Time of Trouble

Fill My Cup, Lord! (CD)
Nothing that Comes From Below Can Satisfy The Hunger Of The Soul.

Discover the Secret of Satisfaction and Draw from the Well That Never Runs
Dry

Africa’s Talking Drum (DVD)
(Unedited Indigenous African Drumming and Royal Dance)



Coming Soon! Sankofa Heritage Books Series:

Christian Roots in Africa

Faces of Africa

Give Me Back My Jesus

African Preacher’s Book of Sermons

Heritage Children’s Story Book with a Moral

Amazing Ants: Lessons God wants His People to learn from the
Wisdom of Ants

Dissertation (Doctor of Ministry): “A Model of Industry-Based
Ministry for the Urban Church”

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