” IF YOU WANT A FRIEND, LOOK IN THE MIRROR”
An African History Scholar and Black Studies Advocate, John Hendrick has a wealth of knowledge to offer. Clarke died in 1998 at the age of 83, but not before making African-American studies prominent in Academia. Clark set his sights on uncovering the history of Africans before America. After being advised by a reputed author to study the history of the slave’s master in order to learn the Afican-American’s history; It was the history in which the European American altered to be his own. Clark’s studies and teachings are echoed throughout the community of African-Americans who awaken to the reality of a poor and misleading education of spiritual, physical and social being?
His works are illustrated by publications like Christopher Columbus and the Afrikan Holocaust: Slavery and the Rise of European Capitalism, as well as African People in World History to name a few of many. Clarke left much to seize our intellect. Lastly, if John Hendrik Clarke has been an asset to your evolving, understanding and education share below.