Wed March 22 2023


Some Black Liberation Theology

The Bell Curve: White America's Claim to Intellectual Superiority

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In 1994, Free Press Paperbacks released a book entitled "The Bell Curve: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life." It set out to scientifically prove the difference in intellectual proficiency among various social classes and ethic backgrounds, the most criticized being ethnic differences...Read More

Peace from the Afromerica Staff

We want to thank everyone who has supported Afromerica from its start in 2002. It's been 20 years and we still standing despite the many attempts by the adversary to bring us down.

The original mission of Afromerca was to open the eyes of Black America to the reality that systemic racism was still alive in this country, and after 2016, we all see the truth and our mission is accomplished.

We are now transitioning from our traditional pro-Black theme to full-blown Gospel of Liberation Theology. We are convinced that this country is under divine judgment and the plight of Black America and other people of color are under threat from other dark forces, a spiritual wickedness in high places.

I thank God that He has equipped me with the knowledge, power, and tools to fight against the evil forces of wealth and greed and the false Christian Nationalism that is seeking power over the people. Now we are on to the next phase.

So, I'm going over here to Foundation Gospel of Liberation website and continue in spiritual warfare. We advise Black America to believe in God, the Holy Bible, and the power of Jesus Christ because in the last 10 years, He has moved on this country to expose the evil and hypocrisy and is breaking its foundation.

Once again, we at Afromerica thank you for your support and hope we see you at Foundation Gospel. Peace and more power to you.

Always Stay Strong,

Afro Staff
CR Hamilton

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