Here are some highlights to listen for:
- Listen for roots of deconstructing the psyche of a people
- Monetizing blackness
– How the healing can begin
He is the author of six published history books, two of which are best sellers. He has received numerous writers awards, including “The Nat Turner Book Of The Year Award”, at the Nat Turner Library in South Hampton, VA. He is also a highly sought-after lecturer at numerous universities including Howard University, and NC State.
Mr. Jordan’s journey began as a child seeking the closest neighborhood library. Back in 1989, some great mentors at the Israelite Hebrew school piqued his interest in fascinating unmentioned history. This experience changed his worldview and self-perception. Through his research, he discovered that Black history grossly misrepresented and made it his life’s work to not traditionalize himself with the “American” way. It also began his journey to spiritually disconnect from the public school taught him and opened his mind to understanding. You can get copies of his books on Amazon.com via Frank Zaaqan Jordan